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Subject:Re: Readability Research - the rest of the s From:Stephen Victor <svictor -at- HOUSTON -dot- GEOQUEST -dot- SLB -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Jan 1997 13:02:25 -0600
Kyle, Charles wrote:
> Charles Kyle writes
> I believe I have uncovered the source of all this confusion. My eyes have
> been permanently damaged by by the UV rays from my monitor while reading
> all the messages on this List and when I went to the printed copy to check
> my sources, I read 'First Quarter 1996' as 'Fourth Quarter 1996.' By the
> way, I've never seen a copy of TCQ. Is it available online?
Technical Communication Quarterly is published (quarterly of course) by
the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing and is included with
the $30 annual membership dues (quite a bargain in my opinion). For
information about TCQ, as well as online abstracts, see http://english.ttu.edu/ATTW/tcq.html).
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