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Subject:RE: Not Technical Enough From:"Jessica N. Lange" <jlange -at- oee -dot- com> To:"TechWR-L" <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 2 Jun 2000 08:07:55 -0400
Dan Emory wrote:
>And, although writing clearly and coherently is important, a
>firm grasp of the technical details is equally important.
And Jeff Hanvey wrote:
> However, technical writing covers a lot more than software, and it's all
> about finding a niche in the industry.
The June issue of STC's "intercom" contains the latest in the "My Job"
series. It's by one of the 11 technical writers who works at the Neilsen
company. (For those outside USA, this company tracks watchers of TV).
<joke>I wonder what the writer's technical qualifications were? </joke>