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6. References to persons

The terms "he" and "she" will be used as little as possible. They are usually unnecessary. The reader will be referred to as "the reader" or "you" while imaginary people will be called by there role (i.e. "the programmer" or "the manager". When referring to myself I will use "we". This is so that the text will not have to be changed if others help out with writing the book. (NOTE: I'm not looking for co-authors right now.) If I get stuck and have to use "he" or "she" I will opt for the latter. This is to balance up the bias of most books. I will also ask the reader to picture this female to have two disabilities and be of an under-represented race (i.e. an blind, stuttering eskimo). Thank you.

 
 
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