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I was a tech writer (or 'consulting documentation specialist') over 20 years in Manhattan. Now I'm disabled, and living 'down South' but -- of course -- still able to write. (My monitor and keyboard are suspended over my bed.)
Although I haven't yet learned a lot about Linux, if you find someone with really excellent tech skills, I could contribute the excellent English and formatting. That is, I would be a great editor of any existing tech documents. (I used to fulfill contracts to do just that.) I'm highly reliable; always meet deadlines as long as they are almost reasonable.
I really hate Word, though; would it be okay to work in OpenOffice? Or to produce the document as HTML? The latter is often a great solution these days. CSS is very good for formatting, and HTML is a near-universal solution for printing across platforms. Also, of course, it offers the easiest path to making documentation available online, or very cheap to deliver (no printing costs).
I was a tech writer. Now I'm disabled, and living 'down South' but -- of course -- still able to write. (My monitor and keyboard are suspended over my bed.)
This might work for you . . . but we have to submit docs in word/powerpoint format so OpenOffice is not an option for the final submittal. Sometimes we do web based projects that are html based but we use a template that interacts with DreamWeaver. I support your thinking about 'open systems' but our major client, like most corporations, is 60 years behind the learning technology.
Unfortunately, the deadlines are never reasonable . . .
is this job age restricted? I am 15 and know my way around linux, i have xp and office 2003 too. I don't know the level of technical expertise needed but i also know my way around google too .
I can't provide references but i can give a decent report card.
I am probably not who you are looking for due to the references aspect but i can meet deadlines so long as they are not ridiculous.
Hi Jack, I went to your Golden Ink site, and it resizes my windows. You might want to tell your web developer that is very rude. And quite frankly a turn off. I had my window the size that I wanted it and he resized it for me.
I'm not saying this for an apology or anything stupid like that, I just wanted to let you know that could be a turn off for a potential client. It's too easy to hit the X button when you don't like a site on the internet.