Re: (Fwd) Re: Not Wanted--Technical Writers

Subject: Re: (Fwd) Re: Not Wanted--Technical Writers
From: "P.A. Gantt" <pagantt -at- POSTOFFICE -dot- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 11:42:27 -0500

My question is why someone would want
to post really great comments but want to
remain anonymous???

Please consider posting with your sig.
so we know who is answering/responding
to a question of debate.

My comments may not always be the best
on this list but I am willing to post with my
sig. so that others may respond on list to
my comments or email me personally.

BTW part of the netiquette of this list
*if I remember correctly* as per
Eric's numerous "rules" postings is to argue
the ideas (without a previous posters name attached).
Use snipettes of the post(s) preceding ours own.

Good policy. Keeps down flames and
keeps us on track.

> Forwarded anonymously on request. This is from the
> original anonymous poster--responding to Denise's
> comments.

[Anonymous]

> >Since when did a 23 year old writer displaying confidence in
> >his/her abilities get mistaken for having a superiority complex?
> >Just because they haven't paid their proverbial dues?
>
> Since she claimed that "as a poet," she was able to better
> communicate with her readers (better, of course, than technical
> writers.)
>
> The general tone of the article as a whole was that experienced
> technical writers are responsible for poorly written technical
> material. THAT should be what offends you.

I think the general disclaimer that you speak
for yourself and not your company/organization/
institution, yet keep your sig. should be
sufficient (IMHO).

o What say some of you about "anonymous"
posts?

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P.A. Gantt
<mailto:pagantt -at- bigfoot -dot- com>
Electronic Media Design and Support
M.S., HRD, The University of Tennessee

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"Sometimes, the most difficult things to learn
are the least complicated." -- Anonymous

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