Re: Consensus for a Tech Writing Certificate
I didn't know enough to attribute a quote to Dick Margulis, but I was going to say much the same thing.
That's okay, Eric. I didn't know enough to attribute a quote to me, either. As I recall, if I did indeed write those words, I did so in the course of chiming in to similar ideas expressed by others.
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