RE: Final Draft?
This is darn good work! You all managed to address my issues so I just rode
along and observed mostly. This appears as good a place to finish up as any
From: Dave Mann [mailto:dmann@BINDVIEW.COM]
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 10:09 AM
Cc: Gene Spafford
Subject: Final Draft?
Gene Spafford wrote:
> The word "since" means "time since" and not causality.
* Replaced the word "since" as suggested
- see aragraphs 2 and 5
* Further strengthened 2nd sentance in 2nd paragraph
- replaced "the education of ... specialists may be hindered"
with "the education of ... specialists will be hindered"
> I do not believe the letter needs to be further shortened. I think
> it is ready to go.
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