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Subject:Re: Typuz n Wrezms From:KLShaw <KLShaw -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Feb 1997 12:18:02 -0800
Stephen Victor and Theodora Mazza, aren't you being a bit too severe on
Robert Plamondon? I think his point is merely that it's hard for any
writer working alone -- regardless of his/her standards and
professionalism -- to produce perfect, error-free work every time. IMO,
he's right! As the sole editor/writer/language person in my company, I
find it's an uphill battle to weed _every_ error out of _every_
publication we produce. And I try, god knows...
But I think my resume's perfect :>>
Words & Graphics Inc.
KLShaw -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com