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Subject:Technical writing and editing bibliography From:John F Renish <John_F_Renish -at- NOTES -dot- SEAGATE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 13 May 1997 16:03:49 -0500
Updated annotated bibliography (116 US letter portrait pages) now available,
covering both technical and non-technical subjects. Obtain it through your Web
browser at Eric J. Ray's website
Word 6 document--Word 6/7, zipped
Text file--ASCII text, zipped
Peter Ring's "User Friendly Manuals" website
Click "Download" on the home page, then select the file you want.
booksdoc.zip -- Word 6/7 zipped
bookstxt.zip -- ASCII text, zipped
TO UNZIP FILES:
UNIX users: Peter Ring's site has a link to download GNU'S gzip and gunzip.
Wintel users: Peter Ring's site has a link to download PKWare's shareware PKZip
Mac users: Peter Ring' site has a link to download Aladdin's Unstuffit
shareware from ftp.dartmouth.edu (it's in the Fetch 3.0.1 freeware installer)
or you can find it at many other places on the net.
Beth Mazur has also created an HTML version of the previous incarnation of the
bibliography and has put it on the STC web server as part of the Information
Design SIG's website