I have just webbed two more drafts of chapters for the third edition
, along with the appendix, which benefited from suggestions made in comments to an earlier post. More comments are welcome. In particular:
Have I left anything out of the appendix that should be there? For the most part I do not include books I have not read, with a few exceptions.
In the second edition, I included addresses for magazines and organizations. This time I replaced them with URL's. Is there any good reason to have both?
A few items in the appendix are shown crossed out, magazines or organizations that I think, but am not certain, no longer exist. Let me know if I am wrong.
Don't bother to tell me that I am inconsistent about the punctuation for article titles, sometimes using single quotes and sometimes double quotes. The previous edition used single quotes, double quotes seem more natural to me, I changed a few then stopped on the theory that my publisher will tell me their style preferences.
Are there any topics I should cover in the new chapters and don't? They should probably be topics I have written on in the past, here or elsewhere. There are a great many other subjects worth discussing, but this is a book, not a library.