Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Writing High Tech Copy that Sells by Janice M. King; Publications Management:Essays for Professional Communicators by O. Jane Allen and Lynn H. Deming, eds.; The Trouble with Computers: Usefulness, Usability, and Productivity by Thomas K. Landauer; The HTML Sourcebook: A Complete Guide to HTML by Ian Graham; Teach Yourself Web Publishing in a Week by Laura Lemay; HTML for Fun and Profit by Mary E. S. Morris; Desktop Magic: Electronic Publishing, Document Management, and Workgroups by John M. Wood; Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication: Cognition/Culture/Power by Carol Berkenkotter and Thomas N. Huckin; The Federal Internet Source by Jayne Levin, ed.; Politics on the Net: Surfing the World of Internet Politics by Bill Mann; How to Access the Government's Electronic Bulletin Boards by Bruce Maxwell; How to Access the Federal Government on the Internet by Bruce Maxwell; A Short Guide to Writing about Science by David Porush; Objectivity and Its Other by Woflgang Natter, Theodore R. Shatzki, and John Paul Jones III.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: 1996-02-01
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