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Subject:Re: Famous tech. communicators in litera From:Anders Sevaldson <ANDERSS -at- SPECTEC -dot- MHS -dot- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Jan 1995 02:29:08 EST
>I can think of a few journalists and ficiton writers in literature (the
>main character in Misery, for example), but I can't think of any technical
>communicator characters. Well, maybe one: Dr. Watson, Sherlock Holmes'
>cohort. The idea of Watson as a tech writer is a little flimsy, though.
The main character in Robert Pirsig's "Zen and the art of motorcycle
maintenance" is a technical writer. Recommended!
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