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* On Writing Well by William Zinsser. Relevant for all writers, not just
the technical variety.
On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 6:12 AM, wsfn <WSFN -at- rocketmail -dot- com> wrote:
> There are a lot of books out there, I like:
> * Elements of Technical Writing by Gary Blake and Robert Bly
> (2001, I believe)
> * Handbook of Technical Writing by Alred et al (around 2008)
> * and two books by Martha Sammons on writing for the internet.
> * Don't make me Think for usability
> * There is an excellent book about presentations that I'll have to
> look for... it is excellent for not only improving your presentations but
> also visual design. Can't find it for the moment. I use it as a resource
> when I'm planning websites.
> * Check Amazon for the top sellers and you'll get a fairly
> reliable list of what is out there right now.
> I've just finished my Masters, so I think my recommendations are
> reasonably current.
> Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus!
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