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Scholarly and professional articles and reviews
These articles and review are for scholarly and professional audiences.
Review of Leonardo's Laptop, by B. Shneiderman. Technical Communication. (In press).
Review of Essential Blogging, by C. Doctorow, et al. Technical Communication. (In press)
Review of Technical Style: Technical Writing in a Digital Age, by J. C. Haile. Technical Communication. (In press).
Review of Mapping Websites by Paul Kahn and Krzysztof Lenk. Technical Communication. (October, 2003).
Fitting text into a tiny screen. The Editorial Eye, Vol. 26, Number 9. pages 7-8. September 2003.
Review of JoAnn Hackos Content Management for Dynamic Web Delivery. April 27, 2003. Newsletter of the Special Interest Group on Single Source. STC. http://www.stcsig.org/ss/index.htm
Review of Boiko, Content Management Bible. Best Practices. Center for Information Development Management. Volume 4, Number 6, pp. 142-3. December 2002.
Try a Few FAQs. Best Practices. Center for Information Development Management. Volume 4, Number 4. September 2002.
Embedded Assistance-Labels, Tips, and Cues INDUS, Newsletter of India Chapter of the STC. August 2002. http://www.stc-india.org/indus 16-17 http://www.stc-india.org/indus/archives/July2002.pdf
Building informative objects. Best Practices. Center for Information Development Management. Volume 4, Number 1, pp. 29-32. February 2002
Review of Margaret Wertheim's The Pearly Gates of Cyberspace: A History of Space from Dante to the Internet. Technical Communication. July 2001.
Review of David Shenk's The End of Patience: Cautionary Notes on the Information Revolution. Technical Communication. July 2001.
Introduction, special issue of Technical Communication, on Modeling Information in Electronic Space, February, 2001.
STOP: Light on the History of Outlining. Journal of Computer Documentation, July, 1999.
Christopher Alexander, and the Pattern Language. IEEE Transactions in Professional Communication, June, 1999.
1968-1998 Theater Survey. With Auletta, Brown, Fornes, Owens, Wardle, and Weinstein. Theater, 28 (1), 1998, 31-38.
Complexity Theory as a Way of Understanding our Role in the World-Wide Web. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference. Arlington, VA: Society for Technical Communication. 1998. 207-209.
Towards a Library of Technical Communication. With Leland & Marshall. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference. Arlington, VA: Society for Technical Communication. 1998. 263-266.
So You Want to Freelance as a Webzine Writer? Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference. Arlington, VA: Society for Technical Communication. 1998. 174.
Editing a Website: Extending the Levels of Edit. With Anderson, Campbell, Hindle, and Scasny. IEEE Transactions in Professional Communication, 41 (1). March, 1998. 47-57.
Adding Semantics to SGML Databases. With Mazumdar, Bao, and Yuan. Presented at Electronic Publishing '98 Conference, Saint Malo, France (April 1-4, 1998), included in the proceedings volume, in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1998.
Electronic Outlining as a Tool for Making Writing Visible. Computers and Composition. December 1997. 409-427.
Using Complexity Theory to Understand What's Happening to Technical Communication and the Web. IPCC 97 Proceedings, October 22-25, 1997, Salt Lake City, Utah. IEEE Professional Communication Society. 17-27.
How Electronic Outlining Can Help You Create Online Materials. Conference Proceedings, 15th Annual International Conference on Computer Documentation, October 19-22, 1997, Salt Lake City, Utah. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Special Interest Group on Systems Documentation (SIGDOC). 211-221.
Review of Karen Schriver's Dynamics of Document Design. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Vol. 11 No. 4, October 1997. 511-513.
Structuring Complex Interactive Documents. Introduction to a special issue (same title) of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. July 1997. 69-77.
Going Beyond Conventional Help Systems. With Francine Hyman. Proceedings, 42nd Annual Conference, STC. 311-313.
Review of Landow's Hypertext. With Scott Sanders. Technical Communication. Spring 1995.
Balloon Help. IEEE SigDoc Journal. April 1994.
How Do Writers Really Collaborate? IPCC 92 Conference Record. 1992.
Creating a Style for Online Help. In E. Barrett (Ed.), Text, ConText, and HyperText. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press (1988). 327-341.
How Apple Put Training on a Disk. Softalk. July 1984. 49-55.
The I Ching as a Visual Poem. Visible Language. Summer, 1980.
City Archives. Television Arts Journal. Summer 1979.
Erasing Concepts in Time and Space. TV Magazine. Fall, 1978. 47.
Violence in the Night. Television Quarterly. XV, #3, Fall 1978. 7-15.
What Is Video Art and How Can We Talk About It? Art News. January 1977. 41-46.
Signs. With Joel Katz. Visible Language. Summer 1977. 52-67.
Shigeko Kubota, Video Star. Women Artists' Newsletter December 1976. 1-4.
America: A Prophecy. Review. Parnassus. Summer, 1975. 210-216.
Joseph Beuys: Parable of Dialogue. Art News. June 1974. 50-52.
Milton: The Modern Phase; Milton and the Masque Tradition. Review. Seventeenth Century News. Summer 1969. 27.
King John and Problematic Art. Shakespeare Quarterly Winter 1970. 25-28.
Measure of Measure. Shakespeare Quarterly. XX, 2 Spring 1969. 179-204.
Joseph Heller's We Bombed in New Haven. Works. I, 3. June 1968. 101-108.
Lowell's Prometheus Bound. Works, I 1 October 1967. 101-115.
Montherlant: Jansenist Libertine. Renascence. XIX, 4 Summer 1967. 208-216.
The Making of Lowell's Prometheus Bound. Yale Alumni Magazine. June 1967. 30-37. Reprinted in Yale Theater Journal (now Theater Magazine). Spring 1968. 40-50, and Critics on Robert Lowell, University of Miami Press, 1972.
Aesthetics of Montherlant. Modern Drama. VIII, 3. December 1965. 324-331.
Pantomime. Review. Modern Drama. VIII, 2, September 1965.
Montherlant and Shakespeare. Yale French Studies. 33, December 1964. 101-104.
Arthur Miller, After the Fall. Drama (London). N.S. 73. 1964. 39-45.
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