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Mon 30 Sep 1991

FYI: Plurals, Macs

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Message 1: Re: 2.578 Of Mice and Mouses

Date: Sun, 29 Sep 1991 09:47 EDT
From: <SJS97ALBNYVMS.BITNET>
Subject: Re: 2.578 Of Mice and Mouses
For those interested in pragmatics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and
the ethnography of speaking/communication:
Volume 24 of the annual journal, RESEARCH ON LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTION,
has just been published.
RoLSI is edited by Robert Sanders and Stuart Sigman, of SUNY-Albany, and is
published by Boreal Scholarly Press (Edmonton, Canada).
Volume 24 is over 450 pages, and contains a special section critically
evaluating Michael Moerman's _Talking Culture_, an attempt to combine conversa-
tion analysis and ethnography.
For more information on RoLSI, a copy of the full table of contents, submission
info, etc., please send your conventional surface address to:
SJS97ALBNYVMS
Stuart J. Sigman
SUNY-Albany
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Message 2: Macs

Date: Mon, 30 Sep 91 11:32:17 CDT
From: Dale Savage <daleutafll.uta.edu>
Subject: Macs
Awhile back there was a round of discussion about word processors and Auto-
numbering of examples.
For those who use the Mac and Microsoft Word, we currently have the opportunity
to give input to the development team. They are soliciting input from users
(and I suppose, potential users). If anyone is still interested in Auto-number
for examples, I suggest you drop a note to:
Microsoft Word for the Macintosh Development Team
Microsoft Corporation
One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052P6399
If there are other useful features we might want. Perhaps it would be good to
discuss them on the net so several of us could write to the development team.
Dale Savage
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