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I've been reading the archives and finding posts about
what these concepts mean. But, I'd like to know from
anyone who has used them, what are the benefits and
disadvantages you've found in applying the principles.
From what little I've read about the subject so far,
I think these are just concepts that we as technical
writers already apply to our writing and they
"ain't that big a deal"! Opinions?
J. L. Fraser
tekwrite -at- istar -dot- ca
jlfraser -at- istar -dot- ca
Substitute "damn" every time you're inclined
to write "very"; your editor will delete it
and your writing will be just as it should be.