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I realize this post may be --slightly-- off-topic, but here goes -
We're a small (tiny, in fact) publisher of Internet books, based out of
Fairfax VA. We'd looking to work with a few freelance writers out there
with Net access (hey-that's all of us!!) and (preferably, but not
strictly) Macs, to write short, Net-related features for us.
Advantages to you:
1.) Get paid (the work will be fairly steady, and ongoing, for
2.) Contributor credit - see your name in print, as a contributor, in
real books, and in real bookstores, EVERYWHERE in the U.S. and Canada
(we're not kidding about distribution!);
Anyone interested? Please reply by email with a little background on
yourself...also, a small sample of your writing would be helpful
(that's up to you). I'll send more details in reply to your email response.