Re: A guide to technical writing from 1908
A Treatise on the Astrolabe
The earliest known technical document that follows a structure we would recognize today. Provides a theory of operation, functional description and step-by-step instructions for use.
On 12/31/2014 4:02 AM, Rick Lippincott wrote:
Another nail in the coffin of the myth that tech writing started with
the computer age.
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A guide to technical writing from 1908: From: yehoshua paul
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