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I disagree. Technical writers collect facts as input and develop organized information as an output. The reader then takes that information and (ideally) assimilates it so that it becomes knowledge. At root it's all the same stuff, but it goes through a transformation at each stage.
> Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 09:31:10 -0700
> From: lauren -at- writeco -dot- net
> CC: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
> Subject: Re: Has anyone noticed...
> On 6/13/2011 4:47 AM, Cardimon, Craig wrote:
> > "Information Developer" -- ?
> As a technical writer, you are not supposed to "develop" the
> information, but to convey it.
> "Information Conveyer"?
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