Re: DTP tools

Subject: Re: DTP tools
From: Gabriel Reedy <greedy -at- NMO -dot- GTEGSC -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 1996 09:05:43 -0800

> I'd suggest that it would be more useful to all of us if
> we restrain ourselves from dissing stuff we don't like,

It really warms my heart to see a message using the word "dissing" on a board
for professional writers. That takes some guts. And it speaks to the dynamic
nature of the language. Way to go, Miki.

And I agree wholeheartedly. Preferences are just that--value judgements based
on individuals' tastes.

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pose the hardest possible question for the courts, as majority and
minority interests resoundingly clash." -Dean v. Dist. of Columbia (1995)


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