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For those of you who work within a department of technical writers, do
any of you do team exercises to improve your ability to edit, use good
grammar, write in a direct style, etc.? What do you think of it?
What's good and bad about it? Please respond offlist. TIA.
"Just because a network architecture has been designed to survive
nuclear holocaust doesn't mean it is immune to WebTV or a bunch
of sociopathic 12 year olds." -Lon Stowell, alt.folklore.science