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Subject:Re: Web types From:Pat Anderson <panders -at- AW -dot- SGI -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 30 Jul 1996 09:35:28 -0400
>> I consider the "techie" guy in Systems Design to be the Webmaster.
>How about 'webadmin', analogous to 'sysadmin' for systems administrator?
>For the other job, 'web author' doesn't sound right to me. Authors
>supply content. The job described by Bev and LaVonna seems to be to
>take content, who ever it's written by, and 'weberise' it.
>Isn't it something like the job of the editor of a small local newspaper?
>Some writing, some rewriting, some layout, some production, some decisions
>Stuart Burnfield (slb -at- fs -dot- com -dot- au) Congratulations Kieren Perkins.
>Functional Software Pty Ltd What a legend.
How about WebWeaver?
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