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I would be interested in hearing from those tech writers who work out of
their home. How do you find it? Do you have difficulty finding work?
Advantages? Disadvantages? How do you find potential business?
F. Blaine Dickson, B.A.
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Kelowna BC Canada
"Five years ago corporate software giant Microsoft spent
millions of dollars and put a team of hundreds of highly specialized
programmers on an extensive and highly ambitious project to find another
name for the Apple Menu - Windows 95" - Tim Scoff