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Sorry -- I quoted the wrong part of Bruce's message -- I meant to quote this part:
"BTW, I notice that no one has voted for "navigating corporate political issues"
Now hopefully my comments will make a little more sense.
Happy Monday everyone --
> > Bruce Byfield wrote:
> >> In answer to this week's question, "What is your favorite part about
> >> being a technical writer," I had to answer "none of the above." With
> >> the exception of "navigating corporate political issues," I enjoy
> >> all the parts mentioned in the poll.
> Chantel says:
> Actually -- it now has one vote and no, I didn't vote for it :) However, I did
> notice that "working with other writers on the team" is at 0%. Verrrry
> interesting ....
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