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Subject:Re: The Right Stuff From:Iain Harrison <iharrison -at- SCT -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Mon, 9 Sep 1996 09:53:28 GMT
Lynda Fleet said:
>> I've always thought that anyone with a good knowledge of language, and
the ability to grasp technical material and then translate it for general
readership could be a technical writer.<<
This is absolutely true. Similarly, anyone with a camera and a roll of film
can be a photographer.
Becoming a _good_ photographer make take a few other attributes, though.
Similarly for technical writing.
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