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NetManage Israel


I cannot write about NetManage without mentioning the months that I spent living in Haifa and working for NetManage Israel.  If you’ve been reading my previous posts, you’ll know that the reason I joined the company was because my husband … Continue reading

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Holey Pipe


I wonder how many residents or one-time residents of Silicon Valley have worked at a startup company.  If you worked at NetManage or worked at some other startup in the valley, I’d love to hear what the experience was like … Continue reading

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The Chameleon


After getting my first tech writing job at Tall Tree Systems, I didn’t have to look for other jobs.  They came to me.  Do you remember those days? As I said in my previous post, I was quite content at … Continue reading

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A More Humane Company


One of my colleagues, an editor at Tymnet, had moved on to another data communications company, Tandem. Kim called me, encouraging me to join her, There’s a Senior Writer position open in my group. I think you’ll like it here.  … Continue reading

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one year ~ one sentence


Image via Wikipedia 1947 Born breech with a forceps mark on my forehead. 1948 Israel is established as an independent state. 1949 My cousin Rachel is born on my birthday. 1950 My parents moved into the only house they would … Continue reading

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