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> I would love to attend a dinner gathering of TECHWR-L folks
> in Toronto. (I haven't been to an Annual Conference--they called
> it the "International Technical Communication Conference" then--
> since Philly in '88.)
Would any Toronto-bound techwhirlers mind posting a few post-conference
impressions to the list? I'm sure those of us who can't go would like
to hear from those who do.
> It'll be nice to associate real human beings to the e-mail
> postings. I hope Arlen Walker will be there. ;-)
Arlen, this smells a bit sinister to me. Ignore the smiley -- carry