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If I write a book on my own and publish it on my own all for my own
profit, then I put my name on it. If it's a product manual or some
other publication for a company, then it's the company's book and I
just happened to write it; my name does not appear.
On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 11:10:47 -0600, Oja, W. Kelly
<w -dot- kelly -dot- oja -at- verizon -dot- com> wrote:
> Just curious here, on everything I have done so far at my current
> location, I have not included my name or initials on anything. Granted,
> everyone and their dog knows what I have done, so I was content to go
> with something along the lines of "Prepared by Operations" or some other
> similar variation.
> Question: AM I all wet, or should I throw in my WKO somewhere?
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