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The ability to look at information or a capability and put yourself
in the position of the user...be able to exclude existing information
that doesn't contributes to their understanding or use (and may
confuse them(, and find/include missing information that is needed.
> timers, what
> would you specify as the important capabilities and credentials
> needed by
> today's candidates for tech writing careers. - Herm
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