Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Culture, Technology, Communication: Towards an Intercultural Global Village by Charles Ess with Fay Sudweeks, eds.; Writer's Market FAQs: Fast Answers About Getting Published and the Business of Writing by Peter Rubie; Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association by American Psychological ASsociation; Graphic Designer's Digital Printing and Prepress Handbook by Constance J. Sidles; CyberRegs: A Business Guide to Web Property, Privacy, and Patents by Bill Zoellick; HTML & Web Artistry 2: More Than Code by Natalie Zee and Susan Harris; Knowledge and Information Technology Management: Human and Social Perspectives by Angappa Gunasekaran, Omar Khalil, and Syed Mahbubur Rahman, eds.; The Writing System: A Step-by-step Guide for Business and Technical Writers by Daniel O. Graham and Judith H. Graham; Managing Data Mining in Organizations: Techniques and Applications by Parag C. Pendharkar; Visual Basic .NET and XML: Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications by Rod Stephens and Brian Hochgurtel; Handbook of Technical Writing by Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu; Preparing Learners for e-Learning by George M. Piskurich, ed.; Mastering HTML and XHTML by Deborah S. Ray and Eric J. Ray; Deep Sites: Intelligent Innovation in Contemporary Web Design by Max Bruinsma; We Blog: Publishing Online with Weblogs by Paul Bausch, Matthew Haugey, and Meg Hourihan; Writing a Professional Life: Stories of Technical Communicators on and off the Job by Gerald J. Savage and Dale L. Sullivan; The Craft of Scientific Presentations: Critical Steps to Succeed and Critical Errors to Avoid by Michael Alley; Read Me First! A Style Guide for the Computer Industry by Sun Technical Publications; Looking Closer 4: Critical Writings on Graphic Design by Michael Bierut, William Drenttel, and Steven Heller, eds.; Spinning the Semantic Web: Bringing the World Wide Web to Its Full Potential by Dieter Fensel and colleagues, eds.; Knowledge Management in the SocioTechnical World: The Graffiti Continues by Elayne Coakes, Dianne Willis, and Steve Clarke, eds.; The Craft of Information Visualization: Readings and Reflections by Benjamin B. Bederson and Ben Shneiderman, eds.; HCI Models, Theories, and Frameworks: Toward a Multidisciplinary Science by John M. Carrol, ed.; Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age by Joseph Migga Kizza; Website Indexing: Enhancing Access to Information Within Websites by Glenda Crowne and Jonathan Jermey; Technical Style: Technical Writing in a Digital Age by J. M. Haile; The Fine Art of Copyediting by Elsie Myers Stainton; E-Commerce User Experience by Jakob Nielsen, Rolf Molich, Carolyn Snyder, and Susan Farrell; The Quintessential Searcher: THe Wit and Wisdom of Barbara Quint by Marylaine Block, ed.; Too Lazy to Work, Too Nervous to Steal: How to Have a Great Life as a Freelance Writer by John Clausen; Integrated Web Design: Building the New Breed of Designer and Developer by Molly E. Holschlag; Find it Online: The Complete Guide to Online Research by Alan M. Schlein; The Fast-Track Course on How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal by Stephen Blake Mettee; Damn! Why Didn't I Write That? How Ordinary People Are Raking in $100,000.00 … or More Writing Nonfiction Books and How You Can Too! by Marc McCutcheon.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: February 1, 2004
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