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How 3D printing is changing the shape of lessons

As many readers know, the “geek mom” side of me comes out when I see new technology. One of the new technologies that has been attracting my attention is 3D printing. So, yes, this is another article about 3D printing. … Continue reading

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Is it a tech toy or an investment?

When the one-day opportunity to order Google Glass came up recently, I jumped on it. I had tried on Marta Rauch‘s pair a couple months ago, and had seen her presentations about it, and fell in love with them. This … Continue reading

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ID/TC Education List updated – 6 April 2014

Based on the new information gathered in the curated post, How to Choose the Right Online Instructional Design Certificate Program, the Instructional Design Education resources information has been updated. You can find it by clicking on the ID/TC Education tab at … Continue reading

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Writing Mobile Documentation: Rewrite or Cut — with Neil Perlin

After a few years of talking through social media alone, I had the pleasure of meeting Neil Perlin in person at the STC-PMC conference a couple weeks ago. I attended one of his presentations as well at the conference, and … Continue reading

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Trust your Instincts!

It’s amazing the kind of revelations you can have in the slight delirium of being sick. At this writing, I’m suffering from a bad cold. I’ve had worse, but this one has still knocked me down enough that I’m not … Continue reading

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English is crazy!

My husband found this on Digg, and shared it with me. Yes, English is crazy, but we love it anyway. :-) It’s no wonder that we have translation issues with it sometimes! Watch this video and enjoy: I could’ve have … Continue reading

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What? You believed that “Sayonara” post?

Hello, friends! :-) If you didn’t figure it out by now, I’m not going anywhere. My post, “Sayonara, TechCommGeekMom,” was an April Fool’s Day prank. I was put up to the task by none other than Al Martine and Connie … Continue reading

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Sayonara, TechCommGeekMom

This post is to announce to the tech comm world that TechCommGeekMom, which has been a tech comm blog running for two years now, is closing its book. I’m just burnt out trying to come up with original articles and … Continue reading

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2014 eLearning Conference 3.0 at Drexel University – Slides!

Today was a bit of a new achievement for me. I broke out of the tech comm mold a little bit, and actually did an e-learning, or more specifically, an m-learning presentation today at the e-Learning Conference 3.0 at Drexel … Continue reading

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