RE: Where do 'old' techwriters go to die?

Subject: RE: Where do 'old' techwriters go to die?
From: Lane Pasut <Larissa -dot- Pasut -at- OmegaResearch -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 1999 16:38:17 -0500

Pretty funny, Barry. I had to laugh! To answer John more seriously, I grew
into management (providing the vision for the educational set) and also
learning tools, not just reference material or documentation, but products
that teach.

Lane Pasut
User Education
Omega Research, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: barry -dot- kieffer -at- exgate -dot- tek -dot- com [mailto:barry -dot- kieffer -at- exgate -dot- tek -dot- com]

<snip>
As a challenge I am learning to use my mouse left handed.

On days when I want a real challenge, I take a different route to work.

I am currently a senior technical writer. In another five to ten years I
hope to be a senior master technical writer.

To challenge myself further, I am currently memorizing acronyms and buzz
works.

<snip>

John Elard asked:
> For those of you who have been techwriting for over ten years, what are
> you
> doing for challenges? Especially those working in corporate America?
>
> John Eldard
> Technical Writer
> Legato Systems
>




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