Re: Assistance for Technical Communication Surveys needed

Subject: Re: Assistance for Technical Communication Surveys needed
From: "Michael West" <mbwest -at- bigpond -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 06:42:34 +1100

Gabrielle, that is non sequitur.

Since when did "learning about" anything require degrees? My impression has
been -- and I am an old person -- that "learning about" anything requires
only intelligence, curiosity, talent, determination, necessity, or any
combination of those.

If you're going to become a technical communicator, you'd best start by
"focusing" on the link between clear writing and clear thinking.

Mike West

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Gabrielle Shaffer
>Subject: Re: Assistance for Technical Communication Surveys needed.
> Because I am focused on the link
>between learning about technical communication and applying technical
>communication I am really only looking for information from those who have
>degrees. Thank you for your time and your feedback, however, it is most


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