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Robert Plamondon's comments re: writers who R not good self-editors
Subject:Robert Plamondon's comments re: writers who R not good self-editors From:Patrick O'Connell <titanide -at- MICRO -dot- ORG> Date:Tue, 2 Jan 1996 10:05:50 -0500
I must disagree strongly with this. When it comes to one's resume there
are no excuses for a ***writer***, one whose stock in trade is the written
word, to have spelling errors. The definition of self-editing, I think,
can include being intelligent enough to have someone ELSE look at your
resume because you know you can't look at it objectively and see the