Sophomoric statements about writers and engineers

Subject: Sophomoric statements about writers and engineers
From: Paul Sholar <pks -at- GENSYM -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 1995 12:38:50 EDT


What's your point?

Without governments needing to build bridges, there would be no need
for bridge engineers. (As you say, go figure!) There are many roles
in an organization and in a society. DUH!!! Try getting real before
you leave school ( And good luck in the job market.
Please avoid taking a job where you have to deal with anyone outside
your own department, or maybe outside your own cubicle, depending on
how much of a purist you are.

Why are Techwhirlers continuing to emphasize the differences among
members of an organization, rather than the similarities and mutual

Communicate well and prosper,

Paul Sholar ( pks -at- gensym -dot- com )
Sr. Technical Writer
Gensym Corporation
Cambridge, Massachusetts

DISCLAIMER: Not speaking for Gensym Corporation

Bill (debral -at- falcon -dot- cc -dot- ukans -dot- edu) wrote:

Statement One --

Without Engineers and (today) Programmers, there would be no work for
Tech Writers.

Statement Two --

Without Tech Writers, there would still be plenty of work for both
Engineers and Programmers.

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