Re: Getting into technical writng

Subject: Re: Getting into technical writng
From: Joe Pisko <joep95 -at- comcast -dot- net>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 14:18:05 -0700

David Loveless wrote:

I'll echo what several others have said about the HR departments.

While I imagine you said that in jest, they won't laugh too hard if
they end up seeing that comment from a simple google search on your
name. Besides, every one of the HR departments I have worked with have
been staffed with intelligent and talented people who, at the very
least, were just doing their job.
Point taken, I have just been reading too much Dilbert. My comment was in jest. I don't see the world in an overly stereotypical way. Yes there are talented and intelligent people in HR. That quip drew more fire than I ever thought it would have imagined.

My thanks to all those on the list for the advice. It is appreciated...

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