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(wry smile)...deliberately posted to TECHWR-L as a FYI and a rejoinder
to Beth's comments.
Speaking of author permissions, Beth, I mean Ms. Thistlebottom, I've
been meaning to ask for your permission to reprint some of your grammar
columns on the net. Dallas/Ft.Worth STC has a local project going to
collect and post material from other STC chapter newsletters for their
members to read online. I think several articles from this years'
*Signature* would make interesting reading. What do you say?
Quick Draw :*)
> Is it really all that important that Ken get that author's permission
> to use his poem in a little newsletter? I don't think so.