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I would love to attend a dinner gathering of TECHWR-L folks
in Toronto. (I haven't been to an Annual Conference--they called
it the "International Technical Communication Conference" then--
since Philly in '88.)
It'll be nice to associate real human beings to the e-mail
postings. I hope Arlen Walker will be there. ;-)
-Mike (uhl -at- vislab -dot- epa -dot- gov)
Michael Andrew Uhl (919) 541-4283
Lead Technical Writer, Lockheed Martin
U.S. EPA Scientific Visualization Center &
National Environmental Supercomputing Center
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina USA
Robert_R_Sidman -at- NOTES -dot- FMSO -dot- NAVY -dot- MIL wrote:
> If you thought the only thing going on in Toronto May 11-16 is the
> STC convention ... you're wrong. Monday, May 12, is the date for the
> 2nd annual Techwhirlers/STC dinner party, destined to be one of the
> highlights of the STC week.
> Reply now on the techwr-l line with a copies to: scribe -at- ezonline -dot- com
> and sgerrior -at- microsoft -dot- com -dot-
> The more the merrier.
> Robert R. Sidman
> Internet Editor, U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command
> <robert_sidman -at- fmso -dot- navy -dot- mil>