Re: Overseas Tech Writing

Subject: Re: Overseas Tech Writing
From: MMB1 <mmb1 -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 1994 11:43:09 -0400

John Garison writes:

"I was working for Wang back in the '80s and was at an
International Society of Wang Users (ISWU) meeting where I was introduced
to the president of a company in New Zealand that wrote software that ran
on Wang computers. He'd been loooking for a writer for a long time, and
had found none locally. We talked, and he sent me some of their stuff to
look at and critique. Well, to make it shorter, they liked what I did &
offered me a job.

It was interesting, but it was also an Elnglish speaking country, which
made it both harder and easier..."


I know what you mean. I had an easier time learning German than I did
British English... Yea, I'd like to hear more about your experiences in

Thx/rgds, Madeline Bechtold (mmb1 -at- aol -dot- com or mmb -at- qad -dot- com)

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