Lauren Ipsum

Etaoin, SH

Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit... ("There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain...") — Cicero, De finibus bonorum et malorum, ~45 BCE

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comment Need help with moral dilemma of first client
@MarcusPorter OP means "original poster" — the person who asked the question, in this case you. :)
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answered Writing a Platonic Relationship
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comment Need help with moral dilemma of first client
@DA01 I agree that "no contract=stuck" is not a global or hard-and-fast rule, but here you have a newbie designer and an aggressive, intransigent client. Could the OP argue this in court? Sure. Would it be worth it? IMHO no.
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comment Need help with moral dilemma of first client
@PaoloGibellini Excellent points all, especially getting written acceptance of work.
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answered Need help with moral dilemma of first client
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comment Is it a good idea to start each chapter with a snippet from a fictional book?
@Robert So many people looked for The Book of Counted Sorrows that Dean Koontz finally had to collect all his little epigrams into one volume and publish the thing.
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comment Is it a good idea to start each chapter with a snippet from a fictional book?
I had to look it up too; I thought it was bol with one L. :)
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asked Is there a Sumerian Pandora myth?
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answered Is it a good idea to start each chapter with a snippet from a fictional book?
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answered High Tech Audience
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answered When a character tells a long story, is it always an info dump?
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comment DITA tag which contents are ignored or to contain non-DITA content
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about code and should stay on Stack Overflow
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comment DITA tag which contents are ignored or to contain non-DITA content
Hi, and welcome to Writers. Why did you copy this from SO and paste it here? It's not on-topic for us, and you have an answer there.
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comment Describe a main character
@douh If you like my answer, please upvote it by clicking on the up arrow, and if you think it answers your question satisfactorily, click on the check mark to accept it. That's how the Stack Exchange interface/community works. You also may want to wait a day or two to see if other people answer and if someone else's answer sounds better than mine, and accept that.
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answered Describe a main character
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comment Co Writer for Dragonball Z 3
Welcome to Writers. Asking for professional services is off-topic here. Please take our tour writers.stackexchange.com/tour and review our help center writers.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic to see what kinds of questions we accept. I've marked this as a duplicate because you're asking for the same service; it doesn't matter which movie.
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comment Co Writer for Dragonball Z 3
Possible duplicate of Co Writer For Dragon Ball Z
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accepted "Help me write this reminder email."
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comment "Help me write this reminder email."
I think you're right; it does work in context.
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