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Web & Marketing Services Info topic:
Domain Transfer
by Gerald Renton

Transfer domain to myHostCafe.com. One or more years is added to your domain registration usually at $9.99/year (i.e. .com price). A minimum of only 1 year needs to be added to transfer.

Coding Services Info topic:
Project Management
by Mike Prestwood

Project management. Generally project management ranges from 10% to 30% of a project budget. However, the amount of project management required depends on the project.

IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users topic:
Windows GREP - Great Tool
by Wes Peterson

You know (or think) the file is out there.  You have a pretty good idea about one or two things that are (or ought) to be in it.  Find it fast with Windows GREP.

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General, Getting Started, etc. topic (classic post):
Writing as a process
by Ramesh R
Writing applies to any sort of information. However, writing in general is a generic process that involves many components. Writing itself is a big process that includes many things within itself. It is not easy to write and convey information to end user. Writing require experience, grammar skills, domain knowledge, process knowledge, etc. By this, we would be able to understand the importance of writing.

Technical Writing topic (classic post):
Using Real World Scenarios in Conceptual Documentation
by Peter Gruenbaum

Using real world scenarios when you write conceptual documentation for Software Development Kits (SDKs) is a way to give your readers ideas as to how the SDK can be used and to guide them as to what APIs are needed for commonly expected scenarios. This article guides you through how to gather information about scenarios, how to simplify them in order to make good examples, and how to lead developers through which APIs to use.

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Resource Link of the Month: Lulu.com Self Publishing

Self-publishing website. Publish your own books at a reasonable price. Free to publish and no setup fees.

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Tip of the Month

adverb - at that time; adjective - being; noun - that time

"Create the database, then start the prototype."

in relation to; by comparison with

"Delphi 6 is a better product than Visual Basic 6."

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