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I'd like to glean from the collective knowledge. I'm working with a small
computer consulting firm on Guam and we're looking into contracting with
tech writers to do online help and hard copy users manuals on a
telecommuting basis. I'd like to hear from those with experience in this to
give me advice, warnings, etc.
jenni -at- kuentos -dot- guam -dot- net
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