CROFSBLOGS -- We are at the tail end of a successful year in the evolution of the first year writing class at Tipperary Institute where we have concluded yet again that a focus on "writing for the Web" is a worthwhile one. If anything, this focus proves you can learn to produce content by following a formula for immediate or embargoed release. That's a conclusion probably shared by Crawford Kilian at Capilano College in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Crawford also runs an excellent blog that I consider essential reading by anybody who plans to earn a living working in the Fourth Estate. In one of his posts, Crwawford recommends "a great resource for online writers, created by Dennis Jerz at Seton Hill University." Called "Electronic Text: Writing Tips," it puts a lot of good links on one page. I agree with Crawford, "whether you're interested in Webwriting, email, or writing interactive fiction, you'll find something useful here."
Crawford Kilian -- "Electronc Text: Writing Tips"
Dennis Jerz -- "Writing Electronic Text: Tips and Guidelines for Writers" with crammed white space and resource-heavy sidebar.
Rachel McAlpine -- "Quality Web Content: Words that Work"
Anne Pepper -- "Mistakes made in Web Writing"