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Wed, 6 Sep 2000 14:49:05 -0500
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As team-ada, I think we really need to give Kudos to Michael Barr, who
actually repeatedly asked me to finish my article.  Were it not for his
prodding it wouldn't have gotten done.  (I am Chad after all)  So I don't
think there's a bias against Ada at all.

There's probably a lot of room for follow-up on my article.  It does a
pretty good job at pointing out the good features of Ada95, while not being
too pushy.  I didn't say, "You Idiots" or "Morons" once in the article.

I look forward to ideas about following up the article.  I got confirmation
that it will come out on-or-about 1 October.

Chad




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