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Fred Ridder wrote:
> That sure sounds like the endlessly rehashed issue of how/whether
> to certify technical writers.
Yep, sure does. As far as the "how" of certification, I think it should
be done with a food-grade dye like the USDA uses in the meat-packing
biz. The really good ones might have "STC Grade A" stamped on their
I limit my ambitions to "Fancy", though. Like ketchup.