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I've been receiving this list for about a month now, and so far I
like it pretty well. I rarely post because y'all (plural before anybody
asks) are actually PAID technical writers and I'm still a graduate
assistant grunt trying to get out of here. But there was an exchange over
the weekend that confused me: how long does somebody stay a newbie? I know
I'm a newbie as far as this list goes, but my experience with the Net is
pretty OLD. So if I am still subscribed six months from now, am I a
newbie? Is Arlen?
Lost in Translation
Barra Chantel Reynolds
Writing & Internet tutor-ENMU
(Reynoldb -at- ziavms -dot- enmu -dot- edu)