From: Stephen C. Carlson (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Sep 14 1996 - 23:56:09 EDT
At 05:40 9/13/96 -0700, Marty Brownfield wrote:
>> From: "Stephen C. Carlson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, on 9/12/96
>> Yes, the reading was upgraded to a "B".
>I'm still using UBS 3rd edition as well (the 4th edition's font seems to me to
>be an aquired taste), but is it really fair to say that the reading was
>"upgraded" from a C to a B, when the 3rd edition rates the readings on a scale
>of A to D and the 4th edition from A to C? Is this an "upgrade"? (I guess all D
>ratings were upgraded as well!)
The fourth edition says it still has the D rating, though it "occurs
only rarely" (p.3*), but I don't any examples of it. By the way, the
font of the second printing is quite an improvement over the first,
but still inferior to that of the third edition.
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