This issue contains reviews of The savvy author’s guide to book publicity: A comprehensive resource—From building the buzz to pitching the press by Lissa Warren; Innovative approaches to teaching technical communication by Tracy Bridgeford, Karla Saari Kitalong, and Dickie Selfe, eds.; The elephants of style: A trunkload of tips on the big issues and gray areas of contemporary american English by Bill Walsh; Documenting software architectures: Views and beyond by Paul Clements and others; Eats, shoots & leaves: The zero tolerance approach to punctuation by Lynne Truss; Interaction design for complex problem solving: Developing useful and usable software by Barbara Mirel; Virtual education: Cases in learning and teaching technologies by Fawzi Albalooshi; The Microsoft manual of style for technical publications, 3rd ed., by Microsoft Corporation; Cascading style sheets: The designer’s edge by Molly E. Holzschlag; The Mac is not a typewriter, 2nd ed., by Robin Williams; Content and complexity: The role of content in information design by Michael J. Albers and Beth Mazur, eds.; Design for new media: Interaction design for multimedia and the Web by Lon Barfield; Handbook of intercultural training, 3rd ed., by Dan Landis, Janet M. Bennett, and Milton J. Bennett; Garner’s modern American usage, 2nd ed., by Bryan A. Garner; Magazine editing: How to develop and manage a successful publication, 2nd ed., by John Morrish; Information architecture: An emerging 21st century profession by Earl Morrogh; Developing quality technical information: A handbook for writers and editors, 2nd ed., by Gretchen Hargis and others; Project management jumpstart by Kim Heldman; The art of scientific writing: From student reports to professional publications in chemistry and related fields, 2nd ed., by Hans F. Ebel, Claus Bliefert, and William E. Russey; Learning in the field: An introduction to qualitative research by Gretchen Rossman and Sharon F. Rallis; Eloquent images: Word and image in the age of new media by Mary E. Hocks and Michelle R. Kendrick, eds.; Shaping information: The rhetoric of visual conventions by Charles Kostelnick and Michael Hassett; How to become a fulltime freelance writer: A practical guide to setting up a successful writing business at home by Michael A. Banks; Starting your career as a freelance writer by Moira Anderson Allen
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Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: 01 February 2005
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