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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Recently, due to the upcoming release of Microsoft’s Surface machine, RJ Jacquez released two blog posts promoting the idea that tablets, in time, will indeed replace the PC as we know it, and that Microsoft is going in the wrong … Continue reading
I’m so glad that this is now my 200th post on this blog! TechCommGeekMom has come a long way since it started out as a class project in grad school, now hasn’t it? For this particular post, I’d like to … Continue reading
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Having returned from LavaCon this year, I am more confident in the field of technical communication. Here are my first thoughts on the conference! I only attended the Adobe Day … Continue reading
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Found this thanks to @lawrencerenaldo. Great article by @Edudemic with infographic by MDG Advertising and The Register. –techcommgeekmom See on edudemic.com
Following a short break after Joe Welinske’s talk about Multi-screen Help Authoring, Val Swisher took to the stage. Val is the founder of Content Rules, Inc., and she spoke about eight simple rules for technical communicators to follow to make content … Continue reading
Kyle Wiens Of iFixit Won’t Hire The Grammatically Challenged. Kyle Wiens essentially says that if a person can’t be bothered to know correct grammar and spelling–aside from the occasional typo–he doesn’t want to be bothered to hire or work with … Continue reading