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Subject:Re: Tech Writing in Europe From:"Bernard A. McCann" <bi975 -at- FREENET -dot- CARLETON -dot- CA> Date:Wed, 21 Feb 1996 18:29:27 GMT
Cher Martin (CMARTIN -at- msgateway -dot- wichitaks -dot- attgis -dot- com) writes:
> I am also very interested in tech writing in Europe. I will be visiting
> in June and would like to explore getting a position in England or
> Scotland. I am currently a webmaster as well as a tech writer with lots
> of experience (in the U.S.!).
> Cher Martin
> cher -dot- martin -at- wichitaks -dot- attgis -dot- com
> From: Kathy Fisher[SMTP:KDFisher -at- aol -dot- com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 1996 8:36 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
> Subject: Tech Writing in Europe
> Is there anyone out there who lives and works in Europe, or who can tell
> about the tech writing business there? I may be relocating to Vienna
> for a
> year or two and am researching how I can find work there. Also, would
> greatly appreciate hearing about internet sites I can contact that may
> provide information. Many thanks in advance.
> Kathy Fisher
> KDFisher -at- aol -dot- com
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Oh no it hasn't. snip, snip ... ;-)
The following addresses of companies that hire contract (and full-time)
technical authors (correct European term!) may be of help: