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Subject:Re: Looking to Telecommute/Freelance Part Time From:David Knopf <david -at- KNOPF -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 28 Apr 1997 10:19:29 -0700
Lori Smith wrote:
> Hello All!
> I am brand new to the list, but have enjoyed reading the messages so
> far. I am looking for some part time freelance tech writing jobs I
> do from home. (I would like to pay for this computer, as well as
> my resume!) I was thinking along the lines of convesions (from hard
> to online help, from one tool to another), indexing technical
> and so on. I have tried many of the job search engines on the www.
> you have any tips on how I could continue my search?
I think the Web is a great place to find work. You might try looking at
the home page for the Data Processing Independent Consultants Exchange