Non-computer TW (Was: Losing my profession?)
...Maybe you're not really tired of tech writing, you're just tired of the industry you're in. Software and hardware are not your only options... it is quite possible to be a tech writier who doesn't write about computers at all. :-)
I have done non-computer writing in the past (aerospace) and would like to do more of it--not aerospace though. Anyone on this list who is documenting non-computer stuff (science, industrial equipment, whatever)--how'd you get into that? What are the qualifications? How did you find your job?
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Re: FWD: Losing my profession?: From: Tracy Boyington
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