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At 08:11 PM 8/1/97 -0500, Documania wrote:
>I welcome any anecdotes or advice. Please contact me off-list if you feel
>this is irrelevant to writing or editing (but it _is_ relevant to today's
>workplace, so perhaps we should all tune in). Listowner input welcome on
>this aspect, as well.
The part that worries me is that this *is* a topical posting for technical
writers. I think going to work is a big enough hassle as it is, without
having to worry about getting blown up.
Julie, who thought trying to find a company with domestic partner benefits
was stressful enough