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I presume that yes, this is the Art Campbell from the techwr-l world,
which is why I sent my message to this list. I just figured that many
of us in this list would by now be in Art's auto-added-entries in his
> If that is the tech writer named Art Campbell from New England, I
know him personally, but didn't happen to get that particular bit of
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