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>How many technical writers on this list write about technologies OTHER
>computers and computing? Granted, we all USE computers in our work, but
>computer technology seems to absorb a majority of those who practice our
>craft. What about the rest? What do you write about?
I am currently a documentation specialist editing and desktop publishing
environmental engineering documentation. I work on biological,
archaeological, and oral history documents. I also do environmental
assessments and environmental impact statements. In the near future I will
be transferring to a different position where I will be writing and
designing environmental public relations pieces.
Disclaimer: My opinion does not represent the opinion of my employer or
the installation on which I am employed.
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