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> I have to put in a plug for LinkedIn here. The product manager found
> by typing in "technical writer" into his LinkedIn account and my name
> came up. I then used LinkedIn to find out that I had worked with the
> of HR there, so that pretty much sealed the deal, and when it turned
> the permanent tech writer they have on staff is an old colleague,
> the die was cast. If you're not already on LinkedIn.com, get there.
> It's sort of like MySpace for professionals, especially high tech
> professionals. Send me your email and I'll send you an invitation to
> join my network (especially if you know me and I know you).
Interesting site. Has anyone else signed up for it? I did, but if you're
not in a bunch of people's networks, you don't get to see or access
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