Issue 9, 20 May 1999
In this issue...
If you have a Web site, or are thinking of setting up a Web site, I strongly recommend you get two books:
"Poor Richard's Web Site" by Peter Kent, 1998. My review of this book is at http://www.jeanweber.com/books/kentrevs.htm#prws
"Poor Richard's Internet Marketing and Promotions" by Peter Kent and Tara Calishain, Top Floor Publishing, 1999. My review is at: http://www.jeanweber.com/books/primap.htm
Another book in the series is due out later this year: "Poor Richard's E-mail Publishing." I'm reading a pre-release copy and can report that it looks good (and I'm happy to note that I seem to be doing most of the right things... so far).
Chris Graillat ChrisG@bsa.ca.gov wrote:
"I more or less agree with your ranges for pages per hour, but I consider one page to be 250 words in length! Additionally, when I am asked to do a light edit on something that needs at least a medium edit, I find it can take even longer than a medium edit to try to improve the text in the best way possible with the fewest changes. I'm also curious to know what others' experiences are."
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