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Subject:Samples on Web pages From:Kari Sable Burns <karinet -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 8 Feb 1999 23:11:51 -0800
>Unless you're thinking of seeking work from all over the world, I see
>little reason to post samples of your tech writing work on the Web. You can
>do that, of course, and if you are able to present your work attractively,
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Kari Sable Burns, Producer
State of Washington Interactive Technologies
>it might save you some time, trouble, and postage in presenting your
>portfolio to prospective employers. Just realize that you're publishing
>something that the entire world can access just for the benefit of a very
>limited number of viewers.