Using the Internet for Business Writing
This hypertext defines and critiques terms central to conducting electronic commerce on the web by arguing for a direct relationship between the terms businesses
use for electronic cash and the buying patterns they hope to foster in their consumers. It includes numerous links to ecash banks, brokers, and businesses.
Tim Krause is currently a PhD candidate at Purdue University where he teaches business writing with a strong focus on business uses of the Internet. He is currently completing a hypertext project on evaluating web pages.
I have tried to design this as the type of space/essay to explore based on the paths one is interested in and to separate the internal and external links physically in the layout. So my preferred reading suggestion is really a nonlinear one.
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This web was peer-reviewed by Wayne Butler, Eric Crump, and Rebecca Rickly