[Techtalk] Resources about Technical Writing?

Robyn M rob_39 at bigpond.com
Sun Oct 28 12:08:08 UTC 2007

I've just looked at Jean Weber's website (listed below) and she is one 
amazing lady. I've seen her posts on OpenOffice Authors but I didn't 
know she'd done so much else.

To all you writers out there, well worth a look.


Glen Strom wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 15:17:32 +1100
> Kathryn Andersen <kat_lists at katspace.homelinux.org> wrote:
>> If this query isn't appropriate for this list, forgive me.
>> Basically, I was wondering if any of y'all could point me in the
>> direction of books/websites useful for someone moving into the
>> technical writing field.  Basically, my job description has changed at
>> work, I'm now officially a technical writer rather than a programmer.
>> I'm not flailing, because I know I'm good at writing and explaining
>> things clearly, but I'm sure there's a lot I could learn, if only I
>> knew where to look.
> http://www.stc.org/index.asp (There may be a local STC chapter where
> you live.)
> http://jeanweber.com/newsite/
> http://www.techwr-l.com/
> http://www.soltys.ca/techcomm.html
> http://www.horton.com/html/bookintro.aspx (anything Horton writes is
> worth reading)
> http://www.geoff-hart.com/resources/bibliography.html (anything Geoff
> Hart writes is also worth reading)
> http://tc.eserver.org/
> --
> Glen Strom
> gstrom at teksavvy.com
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