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>Tech Writers are not failed Mathematicians any more than Mathematicians
>are failed Tech Writers.
>Some Tech Writers _choose_ writing over math. Perhaps they believe it
>is more important and rewarding to make technology usable then to
>develop more technology - especially when our *current* technology is
>not very usable.
>David (The Man) Blyth
I'm with David on this. I've always enjoyed and done well in math & science.
I like taking the mystery out of math, and science and helping others see
that they CAN work with technology on their own terms.