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I've been following the thread about why tech writers are not properly
respected in certain organizations. The word-scramble puzzle in today's Bay
City (Michigan) Times gave a perfectly logical reason. It seems tech writers
are percieved as "manual" laborers. <g,d,r> No rotten tomatoes, please.
Nancy (do I dare sign my name to this?) McGuire
nkmcguire -at- aol -dot- com
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