If you're like me, you're interested in people's stories. We all have them, and typically they are more interesting than we might think.
FMA Communications' editorial department—the department in which I work—got together last month to brainstorm all things related to our print and electronic publications. At the beginning of the meeting, each of us in attendance told the story of how we came to be editors with our publications. The stories of how we arrived at this same place bore both similarities and differences—not unlike the readers who responded to last month's "Welding Wire" with accounts of how they became welders. (more...)