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A few years back, I remember seeing a tech writer's version of the
creation story (Genesis 1) and the Lord's Prayer. Each was rewritten as
as a set of bulleted lists (of course). I've searched the TECHWR-L
archives and the net, but I can't seem to find them.
Any ideas where I might be able to find these critters? Please send
responses directly to my e-mail address. Thanks.
susan -dot- schulken -at- usdoj -dot- gov