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Subject:Re: Audience Awareness From:Margaret Penman <Margaret -dot- Penman -at- ITS -dot- CSIRO -dot- AU> Date:Wed, 23 Nov 1994 19:06:21 +1100
I agree with Doug and would add...
I have a very well defined audience and I find that the use of
appropriate/familiar jargon actually helps me to be more concise and
prevents confusion. Perhaps David Blyth writes for an extremely broad
Margaret Penman (From Oz)
Margaret -dot- penman -at- its -dot- csiro -dot- au