Re: Current TW books (was Re: Word Usage)

Subject: Re: Current TW books (was Re: Word Usage)
From: John Solomon <conference -at- SOL-SEMS -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 16:05:16 +0000

Jane (and list),

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communication training services. We only stock
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will be entered into our monthly drawing for a free book
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We appreciate all feedback on the selection of
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> Date: Wed, 3 Mar 1999 16:20:20 -0600
> From: Jane Bergen <jbergen1 -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET>
> Subject: Current TW books (was Re: Word Usage)

> (snipped)
> Now, the bigger question that I would like to see discussed on this
> list is why are there so few good textbooks or even just good tech
> writing "how-to" books? Wylie & Sons had a good thing going with their
> Technical Communication Library, but I haven't seen much out of it
> lately. The last time I tried to search at their web site for it, I
> got no hits! (I think I have every book in the series, but want to be
> sure no new ones have quietly crept in.) It may be because everyone is
> asking their questions on this list instead of investing in books
> ;-)
> Jane

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