Books about the Internet: Help for the Technical Communicator Cybersurfer
Technical communicators have long worked with new information technologies and dealt with masses of undigested information. We familiarize ourselves daily with new printing languages and devices, graphics reproduction methods, word processing features, and media for storing data. Now, we confront a manifestation both terrifying in its demands and marvelous in its potential—the Internet!
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Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: 01 May 1995
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