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Subject:Re: John Brockman From:Denise Fritch <dfritch -at- INTELLICORP -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 31 Mar 1999 08:46:32 -0800
> Does anyone have any information on John Brockman and/or his seminars? My
> officemate took a course from him in 1993 called "Writing Better Computer
> Software Documentation for Users" and really enjoyed it.
I attended the same seminar, however nearly a decade earlier in 1984. This
was my "introduction" to technical writing after landing my first tw
position. I had worked for newspapers before. It was an excellent seminar
then. I can only assume that the seminar has improved over the years.
Denise L. Fritch
Sr. Tech Writer
Mountain View, CA