RE: You know you're a tech writer when... (Was Tina the Techwrite r Reopens the Great Debate)

Subject: RE: You know you're a tech writer when... (Was Tina the Techwrite r Reopens the Great Debate)
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Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 15:50:11 -0400


Bonnie Granat offered:

> > http://www.geocities.com/danny279_2000/tentips.html
>
> That list is misnamed -- it's about editing, and not even
> "technical" editing.

That's probably because it was stolen and not attributed.
Oh. Wait. Thinking that way would make me... an editor. Gasp!

/kevin (still a techwriter, it says right here on my pay stub)

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