Oct SF STC mtg

Subject: Oct SF STC mtg
From: Bob Seitz <bseitz -at- WELL -dot- SF -dot- CA -dot- US>
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 1994 12:52:12 -0700

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San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication

October Meeting


The San Francisco Chapter of the STC will host a panel of experts who
will discuss careers for technical writers in the multimedia

The panel will include a representative from Macromedia,
manufacturers of one of the more popular authoring systems for
multimedia. He will demonstrate the authoring software, giving
examples of various projects created using the software.

Also included will be a teacher of multimedia classes from San
Francisco State University, two technical writers currently working
in the multimedia industry, and the owner of a well-known Bay Area
recruiting firm, the latter of whom will specifically discuss
opportunities in the multimedia marketplace for contract technical

A large part of the evening will be reserved for questions from the

WHEN: Wednesday, October 19, 1994
6:00 p.m.: Networking and hors d'oeuvres
6:45 p.m.: Program
Meetings are usually on the third Wednesday of the

WHERE: Stagecoach Restaurant
Wells Fargo Building
44 Montgomery Street at Sutter Street (downstairs)
Downtown San Francisco
A short walk from the Montgomery Street BART Station


ADMISSION: Including hors d'oeuvres:
$10 for STC members
$12 for others

RECORDED STC Events Hotline
INFORMATION: (415) 985-7121

INFORMATION: scylla -at- crl -dot- com

INTERNATIONAL Voice: (703) 522-4114
STC OFFICE: Fax: (703) 522-2075
BBS: (703) 522-3299
e-mail: stc -at- tmn -dot- com

Society for Technical Communication
901 N. Stuart Street
Suite 904
Arlington, VA 22203

INFO FILES: ftp: ftp.clark.net: /pub/stc

STC is the Society for Technical Communication, an international
nonprofit organization of over 16,000 technical writers, editors,
illustrators, printers, publishers, educators, students, engineers,
and scientists in all areas of technology. The STC's mission is to
provide timely and innovative programs and services for the education
and professional development of its members.

Bob Seitz
Publicity Manager
San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication

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