Re: Followup: L.A.-Based RoboHelp Training

Subject: Re: Followup: L.A.-Based RoboHelp Training
From: Sharon Burton-Hardin <sharonburton -at- EMAIL -dot- MSN -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 10:50:37 -0800

I would love to teach something closer to EVERYONE but there it is. I live
in Riverside and am thrilled to be teaching 5 miles from my house. I could
get up .5 hour before class and still make it on time. Too cool!

I am teaching several classes at UC Riverside in technical writing this
quarter and next and then after that, more classes. With the teaching
obligations, clients (those pesky people ;>), and the IESTC to run/grow, I
really have my hands more than full right now. I simply cannot take on
another obligation, even for a day class. It takes a huge amount out of me
to do even a one day class and my new husband wants me to limit the
activities that are so draining... Wonder why? ;>] Husbands have funny
ideas, sometimes, I am discovering...

Consider taking the class at UCR. Yes, you have to get up early. But there
it is. Sometimes you just have to do things you don't wanna to get what you
do wanna. And it is only 5 weeks.

Thanks for the kind words. I try real hard to give some of the great fortune
I have had back to the world for others...


Sharon Burton-Hardin
President of the Inland Empire chapter of the STC
Anthrobytes Consulting
Home of RoboNEWS(tm), the unofficial RoboHELP newsletter
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-----Original Message-----
From: Lynda Straus <Lynda_Straus -at- THEMONEYSTORE -dot- COM>
Date: Wednesday, 17 March, 1999 9:52 AM
Subject: Re: Followup: L.A.-Based RoboHelp Training

|How about contacting the instructor for the UC Riverside RoboHelp
|classes? Sharon is well-known in the industry for her expertise, and
|maybe she's consider giving a class closer to you.
|Lynda Straus
|(who used to live in the Sierra foothills where *everywhere else* was
|70+ miles away!)
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