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Subject:Universal Generic Names Proposal (Humor) From:kathy -at- TIBINC -dot- COM Date:Fri, 11 Jun 1999 09:30:51 -0700
Okay, gang, it's Friday and the little hamster in my brain is running in
circles on that squeaky wheel...
Let's get John's list of fictitious names, choose a couple, and ALL use
them in our documentation! Kinda like a conspiracy of technical
communicators! Each time we find the Universal Generic Name ( it would be a
*very* proper noun) for Joe Blah-Blah in someone else's doc set, we'll all
have a good smirk and a giggle.