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Oops..wrong subject line. Should be "Site Comments"
Subject:Oops..wrong subject line. Should be "Site Comments" From:John Posada <john -at- TDANDW -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Oct 1997 14:48:31 -0400
John Posada wrote:
> Hey, guys...
> As some of you may be aware, I've been developing a web site aimed at
> the Technical Writer Contractor, currently known as "The Contractor's
> A few weeks ago, I solicited input from this list to visit the site, and
> let me know what you liked and what you didn't like...oh,
> alright...hated with every fiber of your being.
> I received ALOT of constructive crit. So, believing that these same
> comments would apply to any site being developed for this audience, I
> decieded that I'd post those comments in the belief that if they apply
> to my site, they might apply to yours.
> Visit the following URL and see the input that I received:
> Understand that I've placed the comments in chronological order, from
> most newest to oldest, so as you go down the list, you will see a number
> of suggestions that have been fixed. On the other hand, if you want to
> see the majority of the suggestions, they appear toward the bottom of
> the page.
> Please feel free to visit the site http://www.tdandw.com...there are
> almost 30 pages at this time, and let me know if there are any other
> suggestions (or resources) that you want to suggest.
> John Posada
> Technical Communications
>mailto:john -at- tdandw -dot- com
> The Contractor's Site: http://www.tdandw.com
> Personal Page: http://www.tdandw.com/me.htm
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