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Welcome to our September Issue
We are happy you have made it to our second issue of The Internet Writing Journal®>. We are sure the online world will continue to grow in this last quarter of the year as prices in computers drop, business and industries continue to move online and colleges and universities engage in the educational value of the internet.
You will have likely noticed our archiving procedure. We are keeping each issue self contained so that our readers may stay in each issue as a whole, with one exit back to our new homepage for the journal. As more time passes we will still maintain archives of complete issues online and we will also develop a page listing articles and interview of past issues with hyperlinks.
There is a mass of information out there, some correct, some not, some interesting and some dull. We will continue to be a major content provider of informative and pertinent information on written communication on the internet and in the writing and publishing industry.
We are pleased that you are here with us for our second issue, and hope you will stay with us on our journey!
Claire E. White
Gregory A. Knollenberg
President, Writers Write, Inc.