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Subject:Re: Relevance of Java to TWers? From:Marjan Bace <maba -at- MANNING -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 24 Oct 1996 14:29:00 -0500
At 10:15 AM 10/24/96, Chuck Beck wrote:
>In preparing to do a presentation at an upcoming STC regional conference, I
>am grappling with the question of how Java is likely to impact on our lives
>and careers as technical communicators.
>give some current examples of how they are being used on the WWW, and throw
>out some thoughts about how this new techology will likely affect us,
>specifically, as technical communicators.
>I have some ideas of my own, but it occurred to me that this presentation
>would be even more effective if I could offer insights others may be able to
>offer. I would appreciate any thoughts any of you would care to share with
>and I will be more than happy to give public credit where credit is due, if
>I use your input as part of the presentation.
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