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Layna Andersen has:
8 years of working as a word processor in the Civil Engineering Dept. of USF
B.A., English with concentration in Technical Writing, at USF (3.86)
(in that order!)
(also, years of fooling around with computers for fun, which led to my meeting
my husband on Usenet, who convinced me to go back to school & get that