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Subject:Re: journalist to tech writer From:Angela Salley <Angela -dot- Salley -at- usa -dot- alcatel -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 10 Jan 2001 16:24:36 -0600
I did for a while. I went to work for a small town newspaper. The pay
was really bad, and the hours were really long.
I would say that the experience was exciting, and I loved having front
The approach was really similar. Interviewing a SME or someone for a
story is basically the same. I think I'm probably better with people
since my journalism experience.
train2 -at- sprynet -dot- com wrote:
> does anyone know someone who has moved from tech writer to journalist???
> that is a move that i would be very interested in, but do not have the journalism background (except for the college yearbook and one journalism class)
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