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Subject:Re: TW Process Maturity From:"Charlotte H. Jacobsen" <chjac -at- AMROSE -dot- SPO -dot- DK> Date:Thu, 5 Feb 1998 09:18:37 +0100
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anthony Markatos [SMTP:tonymar -at- HOTMAIL -dot- COM]
> Questions to all TW...
> 2.) I have heard that technical writers have higher status on the two
> coasts than anywhere in between. Do you agree/disagree?
> Anthony Markatos
[Charlotte H. Jacobsen]
Here in Denmark nobody really knows what a technical writer is,
so I can't answer your question. (Sorry, I couldn't help it ;-) )