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Subject:Re: WORM From:Kent Newton <kentn -at- METRIX-INC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Jun 1996 07:12:00 PDT
On Wednesday, June 26, 1996 10:46 PM, Dan Wise wrote:
>Bob Morrisette questioned why TCs should have to be told what something
>as basic as WORM means. Bob,bob,bob,bob,bob! Don't you know software
>documenters don't no nuthin' 'bout 'chinery, boy?
More importantly, not all technical writers document computer-related
information. So those writers have even less exposure to terms such as
CD-ROM and WORM. We tend to forget that technical writing is a much
broader field than the computer world.
Senior Technical Writer
kentn -at- metrix-inc -dot- com
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