Minnow helps me revise a paper

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Hum⦠We need an editor for technical documentation. It looks like Minnow has the experience. Some French is needed, albeit most of the work will be in English. What are the salary expectations?

You seem to be doing well -- very little red ink in the markups!

By D. C. Sessions (not verified) on 02 May 2009 #permalink

My kiddo likes to help with grading. One night, I found he'd gone through all the labs and put big red Xs through all the pictures. :-)

Ah, I see very insightful comments from Minnow. Good job, Minnow! :)