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Subject:Re: Eric & Deborah Ray's HTML book From:Aileen Asistio <aiai -at- POLGAS -dot- TOPMAX -dot- COM -dot- PH> Date:Mon, 27 Oct 1997 09:18:59 +0800
wow, i guess i'm one of the lucky ones to have read Eric and Deborah's
book. it was lent to me by our QC manager when he heard a few months back
that i was trying to learn HTML. it was very helpful specially for
someone like me who started from scratch and who had no background on HTML
beforehand. it never occurred to me however that it's the same
Eric...well, not until now. i guess now i can say congratulations to both
of them personally. thanks for writing that book. it's a big help and
now, i've been trusted to do our company homepage. i still use it for
reference once in a while and it's great!
Aileen N. Asistio
Topmax Philippines, Inc.
aiai -at- topmax -dot- com -dot- ph
On Fri, 24 Oct 1997, Melissa Hunter-Kilmer wrote:
> The DC chapter of the STC had its meeting last night and showed the
> award-winning entries from the STC 1996-1997 international
> competition. It was a lot of fun to see these in person and to meet
> some new folks; I hadn't been to a meeting in way too long, and I've
> never been to an STC annual meeting.
> I happened to notice a Dummies book on HTML, so I picked it up -- and
> whose name is on it but that of our fearless leader! (Okay, so
> Deborah's name comes first, but most of us probably know Eric rather
> than Deborah.) Way to go, Eric! Very, very nice book! And thanks
> for giving me the kick of being able to say "Hey! I know this guy!"
> For those of you who, like me, zoned out on the STC journal article
> but would like to reread the part that talks about this book, you can
> find it in the 3Q '97 issue on pages 303-304.
> Melissa Hunter-Kilmer
> mhunterk -at- bna -dot- com
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