Re: Sophomoric statements about writers and engineers

Subject: Re: Sophomoric statements about writers and engineers
From: Worthington <debral -at- FALCON -dot- CC -dot- UKANS -dot- EDU>
Date: Sat, 29 Apr 1995 10:34:50 -0500

Ooops...must have hit a sore spot!

Bill

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On Fri, 28 Apr 1995, Paul Sholar wrote:

> HOWDY Bill,

> 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 (ukans.edu). 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
> dependencies?


> Communicate well and prosper,

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

> DISCLAIMER: Not speaking for Gensym Corporation


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> 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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