This article is from the alt.usage.english FAQ, by Mark Israel firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Jack Lynch (email@example.com) has a style guide that he
originally wrote for business writers and modified for an English
Literature course that he teaches at the University of Pennsylvania:
Some topics that some people expect to be covered in this FAQ file,
such as "affect" vs "effect", "compose" vs "comprise", and "i.e." vs
"e.g.", actually belong in a list of things that writers need to be
cautioned about; you'll find them in Jack's guide.
A more comprehensive, but more simple-minded, guide, by the
English Department of the University of Victoria, Canada, is at:
Bill Walsh, copy desk chief of the Washington Times, has a
"Curmudgeon's Stylebook" at <http://www.theslot.com/>.
Project Bartleby at Columbia has an incomplete copy of the 1918
edition of Strunk's book "The Elements of Style" (before White got
to it), with some simple hypertext markup:
It also has the second edition of "The King's English" by H. W.
Fowler and F. G. Fowler (1907):
There is an "anti-grammar" at: