This issue contains reviews of Management principles and practices for technical communicators by R. Stanley Dicks; Internet-based workplace communications: Industry and academic applications by Kirk St.Amant and Pavel Zemliansky, eds.; Content management bible by Bob Boiko; Spring into technical writing for engineers and scientists by Barry J. Rosenberg; Cognitive interviewing: A tool for improving questionnaire design by Gordon B. Willis; Rhetoric in(to) science: Style as invention in inquiry by Heather Brodie Graves; The art of the book proposal: From focused idea to finished proposal by Eric Maisel; Small Websites, great results: The blueprint for creating Websites that really work by Doug Addison; Wordless diagrams by Nigel Holmes; Market matters: Applied rhetoric studies and free market competition by Locke Carter, ed.; Conducting research literature reviews: From Internet to paper by Arlene Fink; A guide to publishing in scholarly communication journals by Mark L. Knapp and John A. Daly; 75 e-Learning activities: Making online learning interactive by Ryan Watkins; Technical writing: Principles, strategies, and readings by Diana C. Reep; Thoughtful interaction design: A design perspective on information technology by Jonas Lowgren and Erik Stolterman; Publishing confidential: The insider’s guide to what it really takes to land a nonfiction book deal by Paul B. Brown; The book publishing industry by Albert N. Greco; Google and other search engines: Visual QuickStart guide by Diane Poremsky.
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Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: February 1, 2006
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