| Without a computer, what's an editor to do?
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 2/26/00, 12:00 am
In the six years that I've edited WORLD, lots of homeschooled kids have asked me to write a column explaining what an editor does on a typical day. I've always escaped by explaining that such a column would have too few words and too little interest. I sit in a chair overlooking the Texas hill country, with a Macintosh PowerBook on my lap and a Bible within reach. I communicate with reporters, editors, and others largely by email. When there's free time, I work on columns or book chapters. Very busy for me, but not much to write home about.