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Subject:Re: Resumes From:"John A. Newman" <johnn -at- OTG -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 11 Dec 1997 11:42:00 -0500
I was going to send this just to you, but I thought that others out there
might be able to benefit, too. The best resource I found while looking
for a new job in tech writing myself was "Rebecca Smith's eResumes and
Resources" at http://www.eresumes.com. This site has wonderful tutorials
One evening I just went ahead and downloaded all the tutorials and
printed them out and then went through them. It was a most valuable
exercise. You can check out my finished on-line product at http://members.aol.com/janewman. It's simple, but I tend toward the
minimal and subtle (at least most of the time).
johnn -at- otgsoftware -dot- com
From: Lisa Swallow [SMTP:lswallow -at- OR -dot- CADIX -dot- COM]
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 1997 7:18 AM
I'm new to this list, so, I apologize for bringing up a subject you have
probably covered in detail earlier. . . .
I am applying for a new job, and want to put together an on-line resume
as well as the paper version. Can anyone point me to some good examples
of on-line resumes?
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