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Subject:Re: Experience with Style Guide From:Mike Dean <mikedean -at- INTNET -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 3 Dec 1996 12:42:05 -0500
Mike Ingram wrote:
> Has anyone seen any reviews of the following style guide: Wired Style:
> Principles of English Usage in the Digital Age? Or, better yet, have any of
> you in-the-trenches editors given it a careful scrutiny? I'd appreciate your
No I have not even heard of it. I would like to hear of it however,
any info like maybe an ISBN? Did Nicholas Negroponte have anything to
do with this?