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I think, although I am not certain because of a fuzzy memory, that I nominated John Gruber's "
The Location Field Is the New Command Line" for inclusion in Joel Spolsky's anthology book on great writing about software—in addition to Rick Schaut's essay about Mac Word 6.
So while I may not be all that good at
writing about software, I'm on a roll nominating it, with up to 7% of the essays in Joel's book originating from my recommendations.
Or maybe it was someone else.
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