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Subject:Re: Business Cards From:Don Smith <dsmith -at- ACCESSBEYOND -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 10 Feb 1997 08:15:18 EST
John Ufer wrote (in part):
"If your company will not give you cards, then tell them you will not
represent them at any meetings, or trade activities. List your own
name as a freelance technical writer with contacts with the company
you work for."
I would humbly suggest that you be cautious as to what you tell your
boos (or company) that you "won't" do. (That's 40 plus years of work