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Beneath all “fake news,” misinformation, disinformation, digital falsehoods and foreign influence lies society’s failure to teach its citizenry information literacy: how to think critically about the deluge of information that confronts them in our modern digital age. — Read on … Continue reading
Okay, first of all, get your mind out of the gutter. It’s not that kind of discussion. But it is a discussion about content strategy–because, you know, this is a tech comm blog. Here’s where I’m going with this. I … Continue reading
I know it’s been a while since I’ve written. The last year or so has been overwhelming as I overloaded myself with too many things, and I’m actually in the process of trying to reclaim myself and my time in … Continue reading
Hello all, It’s been quite a while since I wrote an original post here, and that’s because I’ve been THAT busy. I don’t even remember when that last original post was written, that’s how long it’s been! But I have … Continue reading
Microcopy makes money. Don’t miss out. Source: Good copy is good business: The ROI of microcopy – Yael Ben-David – Medium Yael Ben-David originally posted on the Content Strategists group on Facebook, and I have to share it here. It’s … Continue reading
The dos and don’ts of designing for accessibility are general guidelines, best design practices for making services accessible in government. Currently, there are six different posters in the series that cater to users from these areas: low vision, D/deaf and hard of … Continue reading
Google Glass takes on Microsoft HoloLens with new augmented reality eyewear for businesses – GeekWire
Google is challenging Microsoft’s HoloLens with a new version of its Glass augmented reality eyewear targeted at businesses, continuing a transition started two years ago for the device. Google today… Source: Google Glass takes on Microsoft HoloLens with new augmented … Continue reading