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Monday 07|23|01
Eat these words

My story is up at the site Eat these words. It's a pretty interesting site - sort of a written documentary. The site owner is collecting stories of people working in technology from 1995 to 2000. You can submit your own or be interviewed. Whatever the method, makes for interesting reading.


The site author/editor says this: "My main goal, by gathering these stories, was to capture this time. I was also interested in how people explained what led them to this field; what drove them to work the way they did, often sacrificing all else; what they wanted from their job and what they got; and whether or how the experience has marked or changed them."

Posted by erin at 08:32 PM | in Sites of Note

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