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Subject:Re: Humor: from a *real* job posting! From:John Wilcox <jwilcox -at- tcsi -dot- com> To:STC Lone Writer SIG <stclwrsig-l -at- stc -dot- org> Date:Thu, 20 Jul 2000 12:47:47 -0700
Elisa Ma wrote:
> "Proven ability to gather and verify complex, dynamic information by
> stalking busy, inattentive engineers."
Glad you brought that up. It reminded me of a job description I saw a few days
ago on Techwr-l Employment Central. It's got to be the most provocative one
I've ever read. Infowave in Vancouver, BC, is looking for a "Wordsmith
Magician." Intriguing, no? Read the job description at: