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>All the time? Not even if you interned at the New York Times while the
>next person interned at the Sunnyclock Community newspaper??
Well, obvously the person who interned at the New York Times couldn't
be expected to have the breadth of experience that you'd get on a
smaller paper (where he'd probably end up dealing with every aspect
of the business), but it hardly seems fair to dismiss the New Yorker
out of hand.
Robert Plamondon, High-Tech Technical Writing, Inc.
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