New on the TECHWR-L site

Subject: New on the TECHWR-L site
From: Deborah Ray <debray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 16:51:17 -0600

>Hi all!
>Here's the latest updates on the TECHWR-L site:
>This week you'll find three new topic summaries
>Thanks to
>* John Cornellier for submitting a summary
> on operating systems for TWs.
>* Debbie Stewart for posting an excellent
> summary on disaster recovery plans.
>* Rowena Hart for posting an excellent
> summary on repetitive stress injury prevention.
>My next step on the Topics page is to divide
>the summaries into categories to make them
>easier to find and use. This should happen
>with next week's update.
>This week you'll find about 10 new books added
>to the Books page at
>Thanks to Ralph Robinson and Damien Braniff for
>emailing me specific suggestions. Also, I've added
>several of the books that Elizabeth Edgington mentioned
>in her Good TW Books summary. I still have a few books
>in my to-do list, but they'll have to wait until
>next week's update.
>This week, you'll find several new chat threads
>going on, including ones on creating autostart
>CD-ROMS, residing in offices vs. cubes, as well as
>developing university policies and procedures.
>Also, there's a posting requesting
>information about "how technical writers work within
>their organizations." Stop by the chat page at
>In just one short month, the Contractor's database
>has topped 100! Thanks to all of you who have added
>your information. I welcome all contractors (whether
>writing, editing, design, indexing, or whatever) to
>add your information to this resource:
>Apparently several TECHWR-Lers are developing related
>information resources--fabulous! If you would, please
>let me know when your sites/pages are available; I'd
>like to include links from the TECHWR-L site. Thanks!
>That's all for this week. As always, I welcome your
>feedback and suggestions. Holler with questions or comments:
>debray -at- raycomm -dot- com -dot- Thanks!

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