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Subject:Re: REAL Technical Writers From:"Jerry Blackerby,CS/D,x77810" <exujbl -at- EXU -dot- ERICSSON -dot- SE> Date:Fri, 30 Jul 1993 18:25:11 GMT
In article 30JUL199307070177 -at- csa3 -dot- lbl -dot- gov, jtchew -at- csa3 -dot- lbl -dot- gov (Ad absurdum per
> Jerry Blackerby <exujbl -at- exu -dot- ericsson -dot- se> writes...
> >Technical writing can be so many things and so many different levels.
> Well said!
> My discipline, my specialty, my little contribution to the
> world is finding simple ways to explain complex things.
> My usual venue is writing, and if you need to put a handle
> on me for convenience, "technical writer" is a good one.
> The discussion runs out of content shortly thereafter.
Absolutely, Joe. That is what I was trying to remind people. You put
it much better.
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