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> Certainly! Here's a topic in which I'm interested: How can we use the 'net to
> get jobs in a rural setting? I would like to hook up with a network of
> writers who telecommute because I REALLY want to move away (outside of daily
> commuting distance) from the Twin Cities. Why?
> Anyone else interested in telecommuting? Are you currently telecommuting?
> There are disadvantages, but for now let's focus the discussion on the
> positive aspects.
I would certainly be interested in learning more about the in's and out's
of telecommuting. For a number of reasons I need to stay in this area
for a while. I would love to keep my hand in at tech writing via the
modem so telecommuting would be a good solution to many of my needs.