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A Rain Forest Died For Their Sins:
The Plague of Memos

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To: Rhiannon Carpenter

From: Dr. Penelope Thompson-Czaplinski

Date: April 3, 2001

Re: Memo Foundations 101

Memos are not the forum for discussing personal concerns and issues, but are to be used as reminders or professional communication. While consulting the OED might be helpful, I suggest a secretarial handbook to all those who would like to write business memos. Perhaps taking Professor Whitworth's excellent Business and Technical Writing course would be a solution to this problem.

Have you tried talking with Dr. Dodson directly to see if you have correctly understood the situation? The rough drafts are collected for our files, not for a book. I'm afraid the book to which you refer is likely another office joke.


Dr. Penelope Thompson-Czaplinski

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