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Subject:Re: This week's techwr-l poll From:Michele Davis <michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 30 Oct 2000 14:24:43 -0600
Well, personally, I like the fact that no one's said that was their favorite
part of their job, maybe I'm not the only one who doesn't play well with others.
lol! Just speculation, but since we could only pick 1 thing on the list, that
item had to be the most important one, and for me that was writing content. I do
agree with the fact that someone mentioned earlier, that I learn alot, although
since I work upwards of 50-60 hours per week and do an enormous amount of
extra-curricular reading for work, I disagree with the "no homework" comment, as
I have to honestly say I "study" more now then I did getting my MFA. Good thing
I'm an insomniac!
Your web site localized into 32 languages? Maybe not now, but sooner than
you think. Download ForeignExchange's FREE paper, "3 steps to successful
translation management" at http://www.fxtrans.com/3steps.html?tw.
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