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> I'm looking to beef up my bookshelf as far as books
> about general tech writing. So far...
> What other suggestions for good books would you have?
John M. Carroll (Editor), Society for Technical Communication,
(January 23, 1998) MIT Press; ISBN: 026203249X
An outstanding collection of articles that examine the research
and the myths about minimalism since John Carroll wrote
_The_Nurnberg_Funnel_ in the late 80s.
Anything by Donald Norman.
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