It’s been a year since we released the third edition of Technical Writing 101, and I’d like to thank readers for offering us positive feedback on the new edition. I have to admit it’s gratifying to read comments such as this one from Peg Mulligan:
The discussions on Structured Authoring with XML, and Web 2.0 and Technical Documentation, are among the most concisely written, best stand-alone explanations that I have seen on these subjects.
To celebrate the third edition’s first birthday, we’re giving away a printed copy. Also, we have just five copies left of the second edition, and we will give the winner one of those copies, too. It will soon be a collector’s edition! (Yeah, right.)
The contest ends on Wednesday, May 26, so enter soon!
We owe special thanks to the many instructors who have used the book to educate new technical writers. If you teach technical writing and would like to review Technical Writing 101 for your classes, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.