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Not when it only takes a couple of minutes to give some suggestions.
You remind me of something I experience at my first job as a tech writer. Part
of my job was to conduct research regarding the use of catheters in doctors'
offices. I ran into a doctor who asked me if there was an honorary involved in
giving me the information. For under five minutes of his time!
On Jun 25, 3:25pm, Mc Jdub wrote:
> Subject: FW: Quick reference cards/job aids
> Is there a commission?
> I don't mind when someone asks the list for help with a weird software
> problem, or has a question about an element of style, etc., but isn't
> asking for help coming up with ideas for a job going a little too far?
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(The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up.)