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Hi, guys...looks like I've landed at a position after having been laid off
the beginning of March.
I'll save the name until I actualy report to work (next week), but sufice it
to say it is an employee position with a VERY large information storage and
management organization with FrameMaker as the enterprise authoring
Being an employee in a large organization, its time to see how the other
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