Re: New TECHWR-L Poll - ADD
A tech writer friend and I were talking about ADD (Attention Deficit
Disorder) the other day and that several tech writers we know have it. For
some, it works to their advantage. Others find it to be a disadvantage. Is
this a trend among tech writers? Is it a career that people with ADD are
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