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Subject:Another Web page for tech From:Keith Soltys <ksoltys -at- IO -dot- ORG> Date:Wed, 2 Nov 1994 06:36:54 -0500
Subject: Another Web page for technical writers
Recently Eric Ray announced that he had put together a WWW page of
resources for technical writers. I've working on a similar project,
which is based on a handout I distributed at the October meeting of the
Toronto STC chapter.
I have put together a home page that has a section on resources for
technical writers, as well as sections on general Internet resources,
and other things that I'm interested in (it is my home page, after
all). I've also included a link to Eric's page (and I believe that he
is adding a link to my page in his).
Please bear in mind that this page is under construction. I developed
most of it without access to Mosaic/Netscape (Lynx is ugly but it
works), so there are no fancy graphics. I will continue to add to it,
as time permits.
If you find problems with it, or have suggestions or comments, please
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