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Subject:TECH WRITING STUDENT NEEDS YOUR HELP! From:alfa -at- cei -dot- net To:"TECHWR-L LIST MEMBER" <> Date:Tue, 21 Apr 1998 16:33:52 -0600
Dear fellow TECHWR-L list member:
My name is Ron Brown and I am currently completing graduate studies in
Technical Writing at the University of Memphis.
I have sent this e-mail message to all TECHWR-L list members as part
of the research that I am conducting regarding the use and study of
Standard Generalized Markup Language ( SGML ). I will use the
responses that I receive to complete research that I am doing for an
independent study project associated with my graduate work.
Please take a moment to send me your response to the following
(1) If you are currently employed as a technical writer, do you use
SGML in completion of your writing projects?
(2) If you are a currently a student, is the study of SGML part of
There.that's it! Unscientific, but brief!
Thank you for your help with this project.
Student, Technical Communication
University of Memphis
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