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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Suzanne Townsend an All am 17.09.95
ST> I'm very interested in discussing this topic. The way
ST> "telecommute" is
ST> most often used means, I think, that you work from home for
ST> *one* company;
ST> in my case, I "telecommute" for many clients. In other words,
ST> I'm self-employed and work from my home.
It's the same with me. Telecommunication is a great tool for me. I operate a
BBS for technical communicators and translators and therefore some 30
collegues "come" every day. If I want to, I try a chat with them.
But another important activity for me is within tekom, our German society for
technical communicators. This way, I meet collegues in person from time to
Greetings from Germany,
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