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I have been a subscriber for a few years now. The amount of money I have
made from this publication has been tremendous in ratio to the subscription
For those you don't want to subscribe, you can browse their page with
limited access. Even that is good.
And for all you computer geeks that seem to run thick on this mailing list
(down now, only written in good fun), the oportunities are good. I've
noticed a great demand for CATIA, UNIX, AutoCad, PageMaker wizards. So it's
not just geared for HARD engineering types, a.k.a. yours truly. Even you
SOFTware guru's can use the service.
Now that my box will get flooded with derogatory remarks, I'll say again....
... only in good fun!!
Olympic Peninsula, WA
guym -at- daka -dot- com