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a lively little discussion on fonts. Read the discussion
(pdf) collected by Marge and read the articles referenced: Modern
Trends in Typography (PDF), Readibility-KISS
(PDF, and The
Influence of Font Type on Information Recall (PDF).
A hot topics
discussed on the discussion list has been about a 1975 STC publication
regarding the levels of edit. Read the document in PDF
it interesting that people don't read the manual? The Washington
Post has an article
on the topic. Preserving it in all its glory, you can read it
in the PDF.
has been charged with developing a technical writing training
program for nonwriter, engineers. Take a
look at the issue and the suggestions by list members.
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