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Subject:Re: Interview From Hell From:Layna Andersen <laynaa -at- CARECOMPUTER -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 8 Jun 1999 08:34:42 +0000
> Julie Badger wrote about an interviewer asking her to
> describe how'd she'd clean up an expansive mess her
> dog had made.
> Julie, I agree this SEEMS like an odd question up
> front, but it's not. It really does show how a
> candidate would organize chaos into meaning, which is
> exactly what we do as technical writers.
I wonder how many points locking the dog out of the room is good for?