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> You may want to look at *The Journal of Computer Documentation - this is the
> of Computing Machinery SIG-DOC publication. The URL is:
> Another publication is Technical Communication Quarterly (published by
> Association of
> Teaching Technical Writing), but this is rather theoretical and geared toward
> teaching as
> opposed to practice.
> Hope this helps.
>> I just received my March issue of "Intercom" in the
>> mail from the Society of Technical Communicators. I'm
>> a member of the local STC but I was wondering if there
>> are other magazines geared towards technical writing
>> or the technical writing industry that I can subscribe
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