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At 03:39 PM 10/8/96 +0000, you wrote:
>Just curious, but if you feel like it, let me know the following
>information about the hardware you routinely use for technical
>writing. Please reply by private email. If anybody else is
>interested, I'll summarize to the list.
I conducted a similar, though very much shorter, survey in June on this list.
Interested parties may take a gander at the results of that survey by
visiting my personal page. Specifically, the survey results are located at: