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> It looks as though computer industry writers are
>in the great majority, but what else do people do?
I also freelance. In the last year I have written:
Software documentation (1)
Lab instrument supplementary documentation (2)
Video script outline for a psychiatric center construction project (1)
Study guides for museum exhibits (3)
Grant project plan for a public library (1)
Strategic plan for a corporate department (1)
Brochure for a music lecturer (1)
+ umpteenjillion proposals for contracts I didn't get <grin>
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