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The Great geoff-h @ MTL.FERIC.CA said the following on 04/15/96 11:18:21 AM Re.
mentoring and guilds:
Interesting thread re. guilds. This leads me to wonder
whether techwr-l isn't a low-cost, high-quality mentoring
resource, in addition to its other attractions. The list
seems to fit all the usual criteria except that of
real-time (or in-person) interaction. Neat concept, or am I
just being "non compos mentor" again? <grin>
To which I reply:
Well, the list itself wouldn't necessarily be a great method of mentoring --
might be interesting, though! -- but it would be a great way to locate and
contact potential mentors, either locally or via the net.
David Jones, Technical Writer
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