Re: Favorite O'Reilly books (was Re: Technical books)

Subject: Re: Favorite O'Reilly books (was Re: Technical books)
From: Kat Nagel/MasterWork <katnagel -at- EZNET -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 14:58:18 -0500

One O'Reilly book I'm surprised no one has mentioned: Rosenfeld
and Morville's superb "Information Architecture For The World
Wide Web." Anyone who thinks that they want to design a web
site should be required by Federal law to read this book and
pass an examination on its contents before proceeding. I'm
only half kidding, I think.

Haven't been hanging out online much lately, so the mailing list stuff has
been piling up in my inbox. Haven't dug down to the beginning of this
thread yet. I've been too busy guessed it...Information
Architecture for the World Wide Web. Excellent book.

My Read-This-Next pile has a couple of other O'Reilly books in it, too. So
far, every O'Reilly book I've ever picked up has been perfectly on
target---exactly the right amount of information about the right aspects of
each topic.

K -at- _________________________________________ katnagel -at- eznet -dot- net
Kat Nagel MasterWork Consulting Services, Rochester, NY
Documentation Templates Conversions Web site planning

"Avoid repetitive stress injuries by sitting in the same lap
for as long as possible." /Judy Heim,_Internet for Cats_

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