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Subject:Re: Tabs, pages, and ambiguity From:Sarah Lee Bihlmayer <tecscrib -at- SIRIUS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 17 Apr 1996 12:26:57 -0700
Matt Hicks writes:
>I'm currently taking a course on
>interface design (which I've been meaning to tell you all about, since it
>is available as a remote-learning course) and the professor used an
>in-class exercise to demonstrate the lack of agreement that prevails as to
>what to call things.
Matt, can you please share this info with the list? I'm very interested in
such a course and suspect that others would be too.
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