RE: Getting into technical writng

Subject: RE: Getting into technical writng
From: "Jeff Hanvey" <jewahe -at- comcast -dot- net>
To: "'Christopher A. Kess'" <poeticgold -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 19:19:54 -0400

Yes...just about anything that doesn't have a doc set, or that you've lost
the doc set to, or that you just know how to do...It can be a piece of
equipment (an old VCR?), a hobby, or just create a SOP for the household.

Someone also suggested getting involved with an open source software
package, which are desperately in need of documentation. Wiki's (i.e.,
Wikipedia) may also provide a good opportunity (Just be sure to get a copy
when it is published, in case it is later edited).

Jeff Hanvey
Thomson, GA

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christopher A. Kess [mailto:poeticgold -at- yahoo -dot- com]

> Can you elaborate on "things around the house that you
> can document"? Document them how? In terms of
> "how-to's"?


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