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I'm quite interested in the possibilities of wikis, blogs, etc., (commonly
called Web 2.0) for technical communication, and some web-surfing turned up
a UK company called Cherryleaf. They've published a report called "Tech
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bit pricey for my budget ($93.00) and it promises "6,500 words of advice,"
which by my estimate is somewhat less than 30 pages.
It may be terrific; it may be no more than what I can find through STC
publications. Has anyone read it? Did it contain info and ideas you hadn't
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