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Subject:Re: Interview Questions: Whats your major? From:Tracy Boyington <tracy_boyington -at- OKVOTECH -dot- ORG> Date:Wed, 13 May 1998 11:44:09 -0500
Scott Miller wrote:
> And here I've always thought that having two art degrees didn't help me
> as a tech writer. However, after dealing with stuff like "the
> utilization of class-redundant phenomenology as the low-level sub-text
> reifies the epistomological hueristics incumbent in the ontological
> politicalization and decomposition of post-modern picture plane
> boundaries," a network protocol spec is a snap.
Put that in words my grandmother can understand, and you'll be a
technical writer! ;-)