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Note from boisemeier -at- execu -dot- net (on 9 Apr 1996 11:35)
Subject:Note from boisemeier -at- execu -dot- net (on 9 Apr 1996 11:35) From:"Larry Kunz ((919) 254-6395)" <ldkunz -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 Apr 1996 13:39:26 EDT
> 2 Unlike the Code for Communicators, which uses a 'bridge' metaphor to
> describe technical communication, the Ethical Guidelines does not attempt
> to define the profession. How do you feel about this omission of a metaphor?
I feel fantastic. If you want to know why, see page 3 of the
(BTW: Nice survey, Dennis. I'll be anxious to see the results.)
STC Assistant to the President for Professional Development
ldkunz -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com