Subject: Thanks
From: Ken Bowes <KenBowes -at- kitba -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 08:42:15 -0500

To all,

I have decided that at this time to leave the world of tech writing to
return to my previous life/career in the chemical/petro-chemical engineering
business. This was a tough decision because the engineering business is
very cyclical and there is no way of knowing how long it will be 'up' this
time around. However, because of the years of experience/expertise I have
in the industry, the financial rewards are such that I could not refuse.
(Hmmm, I really should go back and read the "Ethics and Morals" thread

I would like to thank the list administrator for running a superb list and
to everyone who has contributed during my year on the list. Especially, I
would like to thank all those who have answered my "rookie" questions.

Good luck to everyone here, especially those who have recently experienced
the trauma of being laid-off.

P.S. If you are in the area, this company is a pretty good one to work for
and they have quite a bit of work right now.

Ken Bowes
Senior Information Developer
Kitba Consulting Services
2900 Wilcrest, Suite 270,
Houston, TX. 77042
Office: 713-532-7205 ext. 5381


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