RE: Big bucks in tech writing

Subject: RE: Big bucks in tech writing
From: KMcLauchlan -at- chrysalis-its -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 16:09:41 -0400

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Grant, Christopher [mailto:CGrant -at- glhec -dot- org]
> As a technical writer trying to create the best material I
> possibly can, I
> find myself becoming more and more technical. I'd probably
> move next into
> application design, usability, or testing.

Hmmm. Must be one of those different personality types
(on alternate days, I'm INTp or INTj... I think...) and
having seen what testers and coders do, I think I'd spend
a lot of time bored-and/or-frustrated. I love to learn
stuff, but once I've figured it out, I sorta lose interest.
Explaining it to other people is great, but actually sitting
and doing it, day after day? Hell no. :-)

High-level design, though, does sound good. Go figure.


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