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Subject:Re: What do TW's really do? From:Steve Fouts <stefou -at- ESKIMO -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 4 Mar 1999 08:20:39 -0800
Michelle Vina-Baltsas wrote:
> If one of you had to summarize what you do as a
> TW, what would you say? I realize that this is a very good opportunity for
> me to really toot my own horn, and TW's in general, but I need help.
Um, first of all, congrats on the award from STC and please note that
my newest thing is a quote from Mark Twain that changes weekly. It is
not meant as commentary on the topic at hand. OTOH...
A technical writer designs and implements effective ways to communicate
complex ideas to diverse audiences.
Steve Fouts stefou -at- eskimo -dot- com
An author values a compliment even when it comes from a source of
- Mark Twain