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You betcha! You have to remember that most people already think of writing (of
any kind) as boring and dry. That's why there's a market (such as it is) for
what we do!
Of course, if it's on at the same time as Buffy, you'll all have to watch it
without me ;)
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> [mailto:bounce-techwr-l-84814 -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com]On Behalf Of
> tom -dot- green -at- iwon -dot- com
> So far, all I have seen in previews and this list is that tech
> writing will be shown in the show as boring, dry and mundane. I hope
> it does the opposite and runs people away from it...then our salarys
> will go up!
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