Updated HTML Version of Renish Bibliography

Subject: Updated HTML Version of Renish Bibliography
From: Keith Soltys <ksoltys -at- DJTTD -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 1997 17:11:28 GMT

I've updated the HTML version of John Renish's
"Technical Writing: Books and Reference Sources" bibliography on my "Internet
Resources for Technical Communicators" web site.
The URL is:


The HTML version now matches John's revision of last week and includes
several new pages.

If you've visited the site recently, remember to hit your browser's reload
button when you get to the site, otherwise you may not see the changes.

For the information of the terminally curious, I did my own conversion this
time, using HTML Transit. The whole conversion took about four hours. Most of
that time was for setting up an HTML Transit template, doing some
reformatting in the Word file, and renaming files to match the previous
version of the list.

If you have problems accessing the site, please be patient and try more than
once. My ISP's server is a bit overloaded, it seems. I'd appreciate reports
of problems--it may give me some ammunition for complaints and the tech
support department may find the gory details useful.


Keith Soltys -- ksoltys -at- djttd -dot- com -- http://www.interlog.com/~ksoltys/
Senior Technical Writer, Technical Development, Dow Jones Markets Inc.
Certainly the game is rigged. Don't let that stop you;
if you don't bet, you can't win. --Robert A. Heinlein

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