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What can I say? I grew up in a small town in the
Midwest in the middle of a cornfield. I didn't see my
first computer until 1984...an Apple IIe....
--- Maggie Secara <MSecara -at- bizbuyer -dot- com> wrote:
> I dunno, Mike. I've been doing this job since the
> late 70s, when I was
> hired as a "technical writer" and that's after my
> dad had been a tech writer
> and editor since the middle 50s when he moved us out
> to California to take a
> job called "tech writer." I'd say the job had a
> name sometime before the
> early 90s, even if the spoeciality as a degree
> program was in its infancy.
> History is older than you think. :)
> Maggie Secara
> The Technical Writer
> Santa Monica, CA
> (310) 883-6446 ext. 246
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