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I am preparing a presentation for the Region 5
conference about the Internet, and I would like to know
about any and all internet resources you use or find
useful in a professional capacity (as a teacher or
student of technical communication as well as a
practicing technical communicator).
If you use it and it helps you do your job, I would
like to know. Anything from Gophers to Web servers to
newsgroups would be great. Please E-mail any tips you
can to me personally, and I'll summarize to the list.
BTW, I've already got this TECHWR-L thing on my list.
ejray -at- okway -dot- okstate -dot- edu