RE: The Big Lie (was 'Are You a Writer?')

Subject: RE: The Big Lie (was 'Are You a Writer?')
From: "Domaschuk, Rob" <Robd -at- datalogics -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 13:55:37 -0600

Keith wrote:

> But the way some of you express it, we're supposed to
> know everything already. I must have forgotten to sign
> up for Omniscience 101 when I was registering for my
> Macrame class. Bummer.


I had intended to sign up for Omniscience as well, but I thought I already
knew what would be taught and it conflicted with Omnipotence 400. I thought
that if I graduated from that class, then I could take ALL of my classes at
the same time.

FWIW, I hadn't met anyone who had graduated from a honest-to-goodness
technical writing program until the later '90s. I've known some fantastic
technical writers who had degrees in Art History, Psychology, and a couple
of other Humanities programs.

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