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Discussion List Archives

  • Techwr-l Archives - If you're not on the list, this is the surest way to search old postings
  • Framemaker Users site - You can join the list through this site(choose "Email lists"), OR, you can view archives of old discussions, with or without joining (choose "Framemaker Discussions", then "Framers") Be prepared to put a keyword into their search engine.

Gurus' sites

  • e-write - Good combination of exemplary critical and tutorial bits about how to write for the web. See also their links page.
  • WinWriters - Joe Welinske's site. His own specialty is WinHelp, but he meant this to be exhaustive of writing contacts, tools, etc. And it's close.
  • Single Sourcing - JoAnn Hackos is the gal who wrote the book. She's also into benchmarking documentation projects, content management, and the latest big idea.
  • Content Strategy - Another lady who wrote the book, this one on "Unified Content". Emphasis on technical, tools, esp. sgml, xml.
  • Dynamics in Document Design - Can't find a Karen Shriver site. This is her book's site
  • XMLxperts - Dianne Kennedy, XML guru's page
  • Knowledge Management - KM Organization's site
  • Integrated Documentation, Inc. - Judy Glick-Smith's site
  • Information Mapping Inc - Information Mapping is both a technique and a company.

Open Source

  • Fresh Meat - Unix, Linux and Open Source news and tools
  • SourceForge.net - Intended for Open Source developers
  • Zope - The best developed wiki system
  • PostNuke - A web-management tool that's free and Open Source

Writers' groups' resource pages

Chicago area Groups

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