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Re: RE: Good Old (Tech) Days....WAS "Can this career be saved?"
Subject:Re: RE: Good Old (Tech) Days....WAS "Can this career be saved?" From:Ed Marsh <lists -at- edmarsh -dot- com> To:<techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Fri, 10 Jun 2011 12:52:39 -0400
I started my TW career on XyWrite. I HATED it. Fresh out of
college, who wanted to input tags to write? Plus, it was just plain
Two years later, I started writing HTML and CSS. That, for some
reason, made a whole lot more sense to me.
On Tue, 07 Jun
2011 14:47:32 -0500 (CDT), Nancy Allison wrote:
> Who will join me in
heaving a reminiscent sigh for XyWrite?
> We used WordStar until a
new resion came out that took something like 2 minutes to load (that is
to say, load from the floppy disk on the dual-drive IBM PC). We wrote a
nasty letter to the WordStar people and switched to XyWrite, which was
the coolest of the cool.
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