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I was told that this would be the best place to post this. Can someone PLEASE help me?

My name is Alethea White. I am a freelance writer, currently working on two articles. One is on software development and improvements; the other is on project planning and cost estimation as it relates to software development.

I am needing to interview someone who is an expert in the field. I already have the interview questions, I just need someone who can answer them for me in a clear, concise, yet VERY professional manner.

The information you provide would be clearly cited in the articles as coming from you and your company.

I am on a deadline, so any IMMEDIATE help you could give me would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

Sincerely,


Alethea White

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Sorry To Say It Is A Illegal Work That To Answer Instead Of You.
So Sorry Dude!
Be Confidential And Tackle It Yourself.
Best Of Luck!

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I'm not ASKING someone to write the article for me, or to tell me what to say. The article is to be BASED on the answers I get from my interview questions, but the answers do not have to be "dumbed down". The target audience is computer-literate. I'm sorry if there was any confusion

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Sorry To Say It Is A Illegal Work That To Answer Instead Of You.

Sorry, but that is absolute nonsense!

As a freelance journalist myself I can assure you that asking experts for comment/research which is then quoted within the context of a piece, and duly accredited as such, is most certainly not illegal, unethical or anything other than normal working practise.

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Well, how do we get the questions and how to we respond to them ? If you post the questions here we can either post our answers or sent you PM with the answers. I know DaniWeb normally does not allow answers via PM but this may be a special case because the answers may contain confidential information that should not be publically posted.

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Sorry, but that is absolute nonsense!

As a freelance journalist myself I can assure you that asking experts for comment/research which is then quoted within the context of a piece, and duly accredited as such, is most certainly not illegal, unethical or anything other than normal working practise.

Agree -- If that were illegal or unethical I don't think there would be any books written that does not contain original thought :)

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I can e-mail the questions to you, and you can reply by ANY WAY that is convenient for you, whether it be e-mail or phone, although I live in Georgia, USA, and do not know where you are.

Thank you so much for even OFFERING to help!

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Are you still interested in helping me with my interviews? I'm really starting to get in a crunch here, and I would REALLY, REALLY appreciate it.

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