learning to write

Subject: learning to write
From: jmaechtlen -at- amada -dot- com (Jay Maechtlen)
To: "techwriter list (E-mail)" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 09:52:15 -0800

/flame on
you don't need a stinking "fine arts degree" to learn to write.
Nor do you need a cert or degree in tech writing/communications ...

You need to be willing and able to learn.
A degree or training in science or engineering may be helpfull
(my BS in Mech Eng was, at the least, great background and door-opener)

(Plato was in rare form, wasn't he?)

The writing tool /publishing package can make it less painfull (or more!) to
create/assemble/output the document of interest. Of course, it's still "the
nut behind the wheel" that makes the difference.

/flame off


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