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> Rick Lippincott wrote:
> What I think Nancy is saying is that you need smart people. They'll
> You can't avoid a learning curve, but you can pick the people who will
> be able to handle that curve.
> A person with a strong ability
> to learn foreign languages is obviously quite intelligent.
Not necessarily; they may just be left-brained - -
they're probably somewhat good at math - - and
maybe not so graphically or spacially oriented.
I think the point is to find someone with a generalist
background with the curiosity of a small child . .
interested in practically everything and wanting to learn
> Rosie Wilcox
> Roving Tech. Writer
> rwilc -at- fast -dot- dot -dot- state -dot- az -dot- us
> ncrowe -at- primenet -dot- com
my $.02 worth. Elaine
E. Winters: Principal Program Facilitating and Consulting
Berkeley, CA, USA 510-843-0909 ewinters -at- netcom -dot- com