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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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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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Are you ready for the future of content?

Larry Kunz has written a great article about the disparities coming up in content writing, and how we can start to fix it. I recommend reading: Are you ready for the future of content?.

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The Power of Social Media! 2014 case: Bowflex

Back in February, as we were essentially trapped in the house due to the extra mountains of snow that got dumped on NJ, my husband and I realized that we needed some way to exercise. We both have sedentary jobs, … Continue reading

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