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Subject:SDSTC Meetings on Tape Series From:Bonni Graham <Bonni_Graham_at_Enfin-SD -at- RELAY -dot- PROTEON -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 11 Nov 1993 12:17:00 EST
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Thanks to everyone who sent for October's tape "Guerrilla Job Search
Tactics for the 90's." Your tapes are on their way! (Everyone who
sent checkes should have the tapes by Wednesday of next week at the
absolute latest -- let me know if they didn't arrive.)
This month's tape is on Technical Writers and Management. It includes
a brief presentation on choosing a mortgage and a mortgage broker,
then moves on to our main speaker, Lance Gelein, the STC Region 8
Director-Sponsor. The price for this tape is also $4.90 to cover
duplication and postage. Send checks to:
4115 Wabash Ave.
San Diego, CA 92104-2124
Just as a reminder, there will be no December tape (it's our holiday
party, and if I made a tape I'd charge a heck of a lot more than $4.90
Thanks for your support! (a la Bartles & James)
Bonni Graham |
Technical Writer | serif, n. A teensy-weensy
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President, San Diego STC | malevolent typesetters. Ac-
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