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On 7 Jun Kim Ferri x710 <kim -at- ASPECTDV -dot- COM> wrote:
> I used to maintain a bibliography and distribute it to this list.
> Please let me know if it's worthwhile for me to continue to maintain
> it. Are there other lists that might be more helpful? Or do you have
> books that you'd like to add to my list? Have annotations for books?
> Also, can anyone suggest good references for information
> mapping/modular writing?
As I wrote a book last year related to that area, I am of cause
interested in a copy of your list, too. Please send it directly or
publish it in the TECHWR-L.
My book is:
Peter Ring: "The PQM system - How to write better instruction
manuals and control their quality yourself!" ISBN 87-985752-0-1, PRC
Press, Denmark, 1995. The price of the book is DKK 200 + sending
costs and VAT (within the European Union). In the US this currently
totals DKK 310 = US$ 53.
Greetings from Denmark
PRC - specialist in user friendly manuals and quality measurements on
prc -at- pip -dot- dknet -dot- dk http://www.pip.dknet.dk/~pip323/index.htm
- homepage on user friendly instruction manuals with tips for
instruction manual writers.
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