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From:"Stephen P. Janiak" <Stephen_Janiak/CAM/Lotus -at- LOTUS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Oct 1997 14:15:17 -0500
Why don't we put this in a fortune cookie?
>In my experience, the degrees which correlate well to success as a tech
>writer are history, theology, psychology, and sociology. Those which
>correlate least are English and technical writing.
>Manager, Corporate Communications
>OmniMark Technologies Corporation
>1400 Blair Place
>Canada, K1J 9B8
>Email mbaker -at- omnimark -dot- com