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WOW! The Network of Independent Technical Communicators (NITC) is ALL NEW!
New layout, new design, new database, and now INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP.
Yes, the NITC now supports international membership. In response to your
comments, the NITC will now accept members from anywhere on the globe
(especially Australia, oddly 90% of the comments I received for international
membership came from Australia.)
Also, the NITC database has been upgraded and normalized. New data entry forms
insert your record into the database immediately. Changes to your information
can happen immediately using the new Update feature.
The site also boasts a new look and feel. In response to those of you that do
not use a Windows-based system, the fonts and colors on the site are now
standardized to ensure you can read the text the same as a Windows user.
Join now. Membership in the NITC is absolutely FREE! And now is the time to
join. In the very near future, the NITC will be heavily promoted via press
releases and other media reports. Use of the site could go up drastically.
Make sure your name is in the database so companies, recruiters, and managers
can see you and not the dweeb who sits next to you!
If you have any problems or comments regarding the NITC, please contact me
immediately at aplato -at- anitian -dot- com -dot- Thank you for your support.
The Network of Independent Technical Communicators