RE: [Hammock Camping] Re: Book Authors
- Thanks Jodi, that's exactly what I'm after.
Everyone should let me know their full name, trail name, and address so your
listing will be complete-in case someone wants to contact you! But you have
to hurry-the next newsletter (with the first writers list) goes out
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On Behalf Of Banjo Doje
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2005 8:37 AM
Subject: Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: Book Authors
Well, if you are going to add technical writers/editors, you can add
me - I did some technical editing for QUE Publishing on some HTML and
Java books - I also wrote a chapter on tables for an HTML book..
Course, this was WAY back at the beginning of Java and HTML
programming for "normal" people - it's changed quite a bit. ;-)
On 4/30/05, Ed Speer <ed@...> wrote:
> Matt, there have been several responses like yours-technical writers,
> multiple short works. I'll add you guys to my list of authors as
> writers" or "technical editors" without specifying individual works. That
> way the list grows and we all get to see how talented our group is...Ed
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Shane Steinkamp" <shane@t...> wrote:
> > No, it is true, self-avowed. In fact, I am often found wearing aGeez, the paralels are spooky...I'm a SE by trade too...wierd, is one of us the doppleganger
> > t-shirt with "linux geek" printed across the front.
> I've got a shirt that says 'One by one the Penguins eat my brain.'
> I'm a software engineer by trade...so...
for the other? Sleep on that one tonight...if you can.
> > Actually, I prefer "Renaissance Man" personally. My interestsI think this guy beat you to that title: http://media.funny.co.uk/files/2709.jpg
> > are wide and varied.
> I like Renaissance Man too.
> I tried to get the 'Destroyer of Worlds' gig, but that was taken.