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Im my studies for a course in tech writing, I
came across references to post-writing software,
but the information on these software is a few years
old (late 80's, early 90's; I wonder what that is
in 'computer' years <g>). It's the first time that
I've heard of this type of software.
So, my questions are as follows:
Is anybody, in their day-to-day writing activities,
using post-writing software? If yes, what
software are you using and has it been useful? Would
anybody know if the use of p-w software is
'What is the use of a book', thought Alice,
'without pictures or conversations?'
Alice's adventures in wonderland, Lewis Carroll