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Hart, G. 2007. Combining words and pictures: degrees of abstraction. Intercom January 2007:38–39, 42.
Hart, G. 2007. Complete information gets used. Intercom February 2007:25–27.
Hart, G. 2007. Viewpoint: The myth of "the user”. Indus, newsletter of STC India, Vol. XI(1), February–March 2007. http://www.stc-india.org/indus/
Hart, G. 2007. Editorial: What's in a name? the Exchange 14(1):2, 8–9.
Hart, G. 2007. Demonstrating the value of editing. Corrigo, newsletter of the STC Technical Editing SIG, Vol. 7(1), March 2007. http://www.stc-techedit.org/2007/02/06/demonstrating-the-value-of-editing/
Hart, G. 2007. Book review: Scientific style and format: the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers.Technical Communication 54(1):119–121.
Hart, G. 2007. Should we stick to the shadows, or take on a little more heat? Indus, the newsletter of STC's India Chapter, Vol. IX No. 2, April–May 2007. <http://www.stc-india.org/indus/>
Hart, G. 2007. Is "intercultural" communication a moot point? Intercom May 2007:26–27.
Hart, G. 2007. Some thoughts on visual vocabulary, grammar, and rhetoric. Intercom May 2007:36–38.
Hart, G. 2007. Ecological diversity: a parable for the independent technical communicator. Consulting and Independent Contracting SIG Web site, May 2007. <http://www.stcsig.org/cic/pdfs/Ecological%20diversity%20and%20technical%20communication.doc>
Hart, G. 2007. Effective onscreen editing: new tools for an old profession. Diaskeuasis Publishing, Pointe-Claire, Que. eBook in PDF format, 711 p. + index.
Hart, G. 2007. We're communicators, not just tool users. Intercom June 2007:22–23.
Hart, G. 2007. Editorial: And now for something completely different—the 2007 conference report. the Exchange 14(2):2, 11–18.
Hart, G. 2007. Mental models: laying foundations to support readers. Intercom July/August 2007:50–51.
Hart, G. 2007. Editorial ethics: the role of the editor before peer review. Corrigo, newsletter of the STC Technical Editing SIG, Vol.7(2), August 2007. <http://www.stc-techedit.org/2007/08/29/editorial-ethics-the-role-of-the-editor-before-peer-review/>
Hart, G. 2007. Editorial: Choose your words carefully: a couple things technical writers can teach scientific communicators. the Exchange 14(3):2, 10–11.
Hart, G. 2007. Book review: Dan Poynter's self-publishing manual: how to write, print and sell your own book. Technical Communication 54(3):378–379.
Hart, G. 2007. Successful cross-cultural communication requires us to test our assumptions. The Write Stuff, newsletter of the European Medical Writers Assocation 16(3):111–113.
Hart, G.J.S. 2007. Bridging the gap between cultural studies theory and the world of the working practitioner. KnowGenesis International Journal for Technical Communication 2(3):14–31. <http://www.knowgenesis.net/journal/index.php?journal=IJTC>
Hart, G. 2007. Editorial: Examining our assumptions: lies, damned lies, and statistics. the Exchange 14(4):2, 9–11.
Hart, G. 2007. Hierarchies in online information: balancing depth with breadth. Intercom November 2007:38–39.
Hart, G. 2007. Reader-centered documentation provides the necessary context. Intercom December 2007:22–25.
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