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Subject:thanks for the support to an aspired writer From:Cinty Li <c4li -at- SMS -dot- BUSINESS -dot- UWO -dot- CA> Date:Fri, 11 Mar 1994 21:25:14 EST
To all the technical writers out there,
Thanks for all your support last week telling me it is possible to turn from a
reporter to be a technical writer. I guess it really depends on what one wants
I am planning to link laymen to technology. I am thinking of writing something
basic for the general public, get it published and my name printed so that I
can show my potential employer. Anybody know any publication or less technical
publications? I want to write about the impact of internet.
c4li -at- sms -dot- business -dot- uwo -dot- ca (Cinty Li)
Western Business School -- London, Ontario