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On 04/09/2012 09:33 AM, Simon Phipps wrote:
On 9 Apr 2012, at 14:31, Robert Ryley wrote:

I figured list members might be pleased to know about this.

I am a member of the AMWA (American Medical Writers Association) and
contributor to their Technology section.  I was able to get a 150 word
article placed on LibreOffice before a large audience of professional
writers in the pharmaceutical, medical, and health sector.  I may have
the opportunity to write a longer, feature article and plan on
covering LibreOffice sometime later this year.
That's excellent, thanks for letting us know. If you find a URL pointing to it be sure to say as 
several of us like to post links about LibreOffice on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.


It would be great to have any group of professionals get the word that there is an alternative to MS Office and their big fees.

It would be hard for someone like me to write up something "informative" about the benefits of LibreOffice to a group of professionals that is 150 words of less. Some can, but for me there are so many things I would want to cover. The last bit being that LO is free where MSO costs $100 or more every time they want you to upgrade to their newest version.

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