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Marj Tiefert is a science editor, technical writer, and website maker/manager. Haven't been around much here recently - I actually have been getting some science-editing work, and also discovered the Wikipedia, at http://www.wikipedia.org/ - another cool place!
- http://www.mindspring.com/~mtiefert/ - a personal website that includes a techie section with info and links for web and tech-writing stuff (etc.) at http://www.mindspring.com/~mtiefert/work/index.html
- http://www.tiefert.org/ - just a fun-to-do family site, not much content yet, except for my section
- http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/stc/Coleridge/stc.html - I put this site together back in 1994 or so, when I needed to learn HTML and emacs and had just (re)discovered S. T. Coleridge (ya know, the guy who wrote The Rime of the Ancient Mariner). The hosting site re-did the top page and style later, so I can't claim credit or blame for that!
- http://science.tiefert.com/ - website for my science editing services freelance business
- http://newsletter.tiefert.com/ - my not-quite-a blog
some references I haven't seen elsewhere in AllMyFAQs
- http://www.elsop.com/wrc/ - The Elsop Webmaster Resource Center
- http://webreview.com/ - WebReview.com - tending rather more toward corporate than technical now
- http://www.newarchitectmag.com/ - new.architect (formerly Web Techniques) - now emphasize strategy, but they still have product reviews
- http://argus-acia.com/ia_guide/ - Information architecture guide from Argus Center
- http://www.softwareqatest.com/qatweb1.html - Website test tools and site management tools
- http://searchenginewatch.com/ - Search Engine Watch - tips, reviews, ratings, etc.
- http://www.mindspring.com/~mtiefert/work/software.html - My favorite tools for writing and managing websites
- http://www.mindspring.com/~mtiefert/work/scripting.html#rebol - A plug for the new REBOL messaging/networking/etc language
- http://www.mindspring.com/~mtiefert/work/markup.html - References for CSS, XSL, xhtml, XML
- Some interesting stuff here, Marj. I'll have to invent some new categories. -- Jerry Muelver
- Thanks! although I don't know how you found it or how the "www/" was in the URL. I thought I'd fixed it once! -- Marj Tiefert
and a question
Is there a place to propose new topic areas for FAQs (for example, configuring log-analysis and debugging tools, using WebWorks Publisher to convert from FrameMaker to HTML)?
Or do new questions have to appear before anyone can write an answer?
- Jerry Muelver: Just post the question on a relevant page (Other FAQs is an easy-out option) to create the answer page. On the answer page, put whatever you think is a good answer. In the Summary box for the edit session on the page, make a note like "Is this the best place for this FAQ?". Someone will step in and move it around if there seems to be a better place, or everyone will leave it alone if it works best where it is.
- If you have a major category idea, post a query on Talk to Me and see what it elicits.