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Subject:Thanks, Eric From:STEVEN HOLLANDER <HOLLAND -at- CVAX -dot- IPFW -dot- INDIANA -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 22 Dec 1996 21:46:34 -0500
Many of us tech writers probably snuck or stumbled into tech writing because
we're polymaths who refuse to limit our interests to narrow specialties.
That we're undisciplined (in this one sense) makes us more likely than
Normal People to engage in wide-ranging discussions.
So send Xmas flames if you wish, but as one very busy techwhirler I really
appreciate Eric Ray's continual (and, alas, bootless) attempts to keep this
list on topic. He herds cats well.