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Subject:Re: TW and grad school From:Elizabeth Vollbach <vollbach -at- PACBELL -dot- NET> Date:Sun, 8 Feb 1998 18:21:29 -0800
That post was certainly *not* inappropriate! I'd be very interested in the
answers Cheri received. I emailed her rather than posted to the group
simply because I had questions for her and her, in particular.
How is it that Cheri's questions and concerns about a master's degree in
technical writing is "drivel" in a technical writing mailing list?
On 7 Feb 1998 19:20:34 -0600, "cheri k." <tekgrrrl -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
>Thanks again so very much for responding to my questions and concerns.
> I will be getting back to those of you who had questions. I
>apologize if my post was inappropriate (as one subscriber hurtfully
>called it "drivel").
>BTW, is anyone on a RoboHelp or Photoshop mailing list?
>tekgrrrl -at- yahoo -dot- com