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On Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 5:41 PM, Margaret Cekis <Margaret -dot- Cekis -at- comcast -dot- net>
> Yehoshua Paul mentioned A guide to technical writing from 1908, and others
> mentioned other historical examples of technical writing.
> When I took a literature of science course as part of mu Scientific Writing
> degree program in college, we were required to read and discuss Michael
> Faraday's "The Chemical History of a Candle" (1861,
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chemical_History_of_a_Candle) and the
> English translation of Isaac Newton's "Principia Mathematica" (1687,
> examples of scientific or technical writing.
> Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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