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I’ve been job searching again, as my last contract ended about a month ago. I’ve had some ups and downs in the last month, to say the least, but finding the next gig is always a priority (even though I … Continue reading
Well, this will be a first! I’ve been invited to be the keynote speaker for the STC-New England Chapter’s conference, Interchange, this coming fall–October 26-27, 2018 in Lowell, Massachusetts. Interchange is one of those regional conferences that I’ve wanted to … Continue reading
I saw this video on LinkedIn, and wanted to share. I continually tell my son (who is a day shy of finishing his Junior year of high school at this writing) that tomorrow’s jobs aren’t necessarily today’s jobs, so not … Continue reading
A great bot can be about as useful as an average app. When it comes to rich, sophisticated, multi-layered apps, there’s no competition. Today’s most successful bot experiences take a hybrid approach, incorporating chat into a broader strategy that encompasses … Continue reading
Source: Writing for chatbots – Microsoft Style Guide | Microsoft Docs Thanks to Johanne Lavallee for sharing this on LinkedIn. There are a few good pointers in here as we start looking towards the future, and from none other than … Continue reading
White House: Retired teacher fixed Trump’s letter about gun policy and sent it back. – The Washington Post
“If I had received this from one of my students,” Yvonne Mason said, “I would have handed it back without a grade on it and said, ‘I hope you left the real one at home.’ ” Source: White House: Retired … Continue reading
The phenomenon is spreading so rapidly, it’s practically an apostrodemic. Source: My Grammar Pet Peeve: The Apostrophe Crisis | Thrive Global YES, YES, YES! Arianna Huffington–THANK YOU. In addition to my huge issues with people not using adverbs correctly–or at … Continue reading