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Subject:Re: Citing the Internet From:Ann Amsler <aamsler -at- STRAUSS -dot- UDEL -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 21 Nov 1994 10:06:02 -0500
I use "Electronic Style: A Guide to Citing Electronic Information," Xia
Li and Nancy B. Crane, Meckler Publishing, Westport, CT, 1993.
On Mon, 21 Nov 1994, Karen Marie Bowen wrote:
> In a technical writing class I started wondering how to cite information
> off the net. I've found some interesting information in FAQ's obtained
> from FTP sites, as well as user comments off discussions from various
> listservs. Any suggestions on books that handle this issue?
> Thanks in advance
> karen marie bowen
> bowenk -at- ucs -dot- orst -dot- edu