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Subject:**Defining Tech Comm** From:"USA::MU17692" <MU17692%USA -dot- decnet -at- USAV01 -dot- GLAXO -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Nov 1994 20:27:00 EST
Well said Larry Kunz, and Bill Horton. I agree
with Bill's assessment of that first line of the
Code for Communicators. From my experience, I and
my colleagues generate as many ideas as those
others around us. We provide a value-added
-Mike Uhl (uhl~m -at- glaxo -dot- com)
Glaxo Inc. Research Institute
Research Triangle Park, NC