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Subject:Re: Student tech writers listserv From:Peter Kent <pkent -at- TOPFLOOR -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 1 Feb 1998 10:30:59 -0700
> Hi Folks... Help... Some time ago there was a post on this list
> regarding a=
> listserv for students who are studying technical writing. I.ve lost
> the =
> information... If someone can give me the information, much
> Michael J. Morris
> Canadian Institute for New Media, Research and Development
> morris -at- cotr -dot- bc -dot- ca
Here's the info I have, though I've never subscribed to this list:
send a message to majordomo -at- nmt -dot- edu -dot- In the body of the message enter this:
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