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Subject:Your Article on Tech Writing From:Gurudutt Kamath/Technical Writing Centre <guruk -at- GIASBM01 -dot- VSNL -dot- NET -dot- IN> Date:Thu, 16 Jan 1997 08:23:35 +0530
I would be very much interested in reading your article. Could you
please email it to me in ASCII format? If you give permission, I can put
it at my site for others to read. (My article is still there on the Tech
Wri scenario in India.) Thanks in advance, if you are able to send me
the article. If you are unable to do so, I will understand.
On Wed, 15 Jan 1997, Mark Johnson wrote:
> I recently wrote an article on this very topic--my experiences as an
> English PhD working as a technical writer in the software industry (I
> work for Intuit). The article,"Professions Beyond the Academy," is in
> a Modern Language Association publication called "Profession 1996."
> "Profession" is mailed to all members of the MLA. It came out in
> December, 1996.
> If you don't know any MLA members to borrow "Profession" from, try a
> university library's periodical section. If this doesn't work, try a
> bookstore; the ISBN is 0-87352-683-X. You could also contact the
> MLA: 10 Astor Place, NY, NY 10003-6981. (212) 614-6381