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I'm starting to get a complex -- I love technical writing!
In 10 years, I hope I'm writing better technical books and
help and multimedia demos and exploiting whatever hip, new
technologies are out there. I've messed around with some
fiction and poetry, even got a few pieces published--but I
do it more because it clears my head and my technical writing
is better as a result.
Am I that strange? No... wait... don't answer that...<grin>
*Friendly Anti-flame Disclaimer: This message is in no way a
*criticism to those who do want to write fiction! :)
Senior Technical Writer
Seagate Software mailto:alexiap -at- sems -dot- com
><snip>...My dream is that 10 years from now...I'll be making a good
>living writing novels...<snip>