Re: wEIrd technical comm APOLOGY

Subject: Re: wEIrd technical comm APOLOGY
From: Aoidìn Scully <ascully -at- FLEXICOM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 1999 15:29:47 +0100

Tsk! We all have slips of the fingers when typing - whether dyslexic or
not. Personally, I think it's very bad form to point out it.

No need to apologise or defend yourself, Melissa. But fair dues


-----Original Message-----
From: Melissa Morgan [mailto:mmorgan -at- INTREPID -dot- CDG-HARGRAY -dot- COM]
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 1999 3:19 PM
Subject: Re: wEIrd technical comm APOLOGY

Cirrus Matusek said:

You'd think a bunch of technical writers so concerned with criticizing
skills of others would recognize the irony of passing around an email
thus, communicating) with such an elementary spelling error in the
line! :o)

I just want to say I am sorry for my original error. When I am
very tired (as I was when I composed the original message)
my dyslexia rears its ugly head. Thank you, Cirrus, for pointing
out my fault. I should have used my spelling checker. My sincere
apology for troubling all of you with my "elementary" dyslexia.

From the Davis Dyslexia Association International:

"Why is dyslexia a gift?
Dyslexic people are visual, multi-dimensional thinkers. We are intuitive
and highly creative, and excel at hands-on learning."

Melissa Morgan
mmorgan -at- cdg-hargray -dot- com


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