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Subject:Re: Types of tech writing on the list From:Sabahat Iqbal Ashraf <ashrafs -at- RPI -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 20 May 1996 22:52:50 -0400
On May 20, 7:01am, Marci Abels wrote:
> Looking for something permanent though.
Actually, so am I. Have worked in my native Pakistan [writing all sorts of
documentation for an electronics manufacturer from brochures to Tech.
References and then a full-blown software user manual for a British
consultancy's CASEtool] and also in Boston as an intern with a
business/design consultancy writing everything from bowl brush [and I mean
toilet bowl brush] labels to Home Page text for a major computer
manufacturer. Just finished an MS in Tech. Communication [as we call it here]
at Rensselaer. I have one Web Page listed in Yahoo
[www.rpi.edu/~ashrafs/ned.html] -- the unofficial home page of my alma mater.
2209 15th Street ashrafs -at- rpi -dot- edu
Troy, NY 12180 www.rpi.edu/~ashrafs
(518) 274 9562
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