Re: Stan Lee was a TW!
I was on my way to a meeting and heard the Stan Lee interview in my car. I wondered how many other TechWhirlers out there heard it! It just confirmed what I've believed for a long time...that most technical writers end up in the field by accident. I've only subscribed to this listserv for a few months, so forgive me if this topic has already made the rounds, but has anyone given any thought to a superhero technical writer?
Arrghhh! Kryptonite keyboard...I can feel my powers weakening...Must finish this manual....
Maybe a few of us are destined to move on to writing superhero comics and ultimately acting as executive producer for a major motion picture! Wham! POW! I think I'm on to something!You have to be bitten by a radioactive spider first.
Bruce Byfield 604.421.7177 bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com
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