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    Hello all,

    I am currently writing an article that is computer related
    and is supposed to be a parody of user manuals.

    If the article is successful, I would like to expand it into
    a larger project.

    What I need is critical reviews by individuals who know the
    subject and hopefully have a sense of humor.

    I don't think that a forum such as this would accept such a
    posting due to length and relevance. If anyone is interested
    in reading this and commenting, please contact me at the
    e-mail address below.

    I will try to provide it in whatever form is needed. (If I have the
    capability?) I have a very cheap word processor. It was
    free. Not pirated, just free.

    To the powers at PowerBasic. Is this type of post acceptable?
    It is related to programming in the sense that programming
    techniques are covered in the article.

    This is not intended to be a reference for experts. Just
    a tutorial that, while entertaining, may introduce some to
    the language and basic concepts of programming.

    Although a parody, it does not reference companies or
    individuals. If any names are used, they are ficticious.

    Thanks to anyone who is willing to participate.


    Larry Coleman
    [email protected]

    [This message has been edited by Larry Coleman (edited April 09, 2001).]
    Larry Coleman
    Savannah, Ga USA

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    As long as no copyrights are breached and general etiquette (sp?) is maintained, there should be no problem with this topic, but the Programming or 3rd-party Forums would be a more suitable place to carry it out.

    On a side note: it sounds interesting! I'd love to read what you come up with. Please feel free to email a copy to Tech Support for "critical review"!

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