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>Begging the question: How does a hard working, no freetime, techwriter
>aquire typographic literacy? Anyboy got an idea?
Williams, Robin. _The Non-Designer's Design Book: Design and Typographic
Principles for the Visual Novice_. Berkeley: Peachpit Press, 1994. $14.95
This is the same Robin Williams (not the comedian, or course) who wrote the
wonderful little _The PC is Not a Typewriter_.
Jeff Jansen, Portland, OR, USA | Portland Energy Conservation, Inc.
"The music is not in the piano." | also d/b/a Modest Systems