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What technical writers can learn from a WordPress plugin – ed marsh dot comed marsh dot com

The Yoast SEO WordPress plugin made me rethink not only about how I write for the web, but also in my technical writing career. Source: What technical writers can learn from a WordPress plugin – ed marsh dot comed marsh … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Certifications Don’t Teach These 10 Tools

Ever enrolled in instructional design certifications and elearning classes but you still feel that there are a few things missing? Maybe this can help you. Source: Instructional Design Certifications Don’t Teach These 10 Tools Thanks to Ken Ronkowitz for posting … Continue reading

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Technical and social challenges of conversational design — uxdesign.cc – User Experience Design

I made my website conversational. Here is what I learned. Source: Technical and social challenges of conversational design — uxdesign.cc – User Experience Design Thanks to Madonnalisa Gonzales Chan for posting this on the Content Strategists’ group on Facebook.  This … Continue reading

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Is Now the Time to Take the Plunge From Full-Time to Freelance?

In many ways, the rise of freelancing as a popular and lucrative method of working is the global economies worst-kept secret. After all, an estimated 53 million U.S residents currently work as freela… Source: Is Now the Time to Take … Continue reading

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Where’s TechCommGeekMom? Good question…

Yikes. It’s been quite a while since I last wrote any entries. I apologize for that. I am keeping up with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn (not Google+ so much), so people do know that I’m alive and well. The last … Continue reading

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BBC – Culture – The London Underground map: The design that shaped a city

It looks like a cross between an electric circuit diagram and a Mondrian painting – but the London Underground map also revolutionised design. Jonathan Glancey travels back in time. Source: BBC – Culture – The London Underground map: The design … Continue reading

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The Slow, Sad, and Ultimately Predictable Decline of 3-D Printing | Inc.com

Stick a fork in 3-D printing, it’s done. Or at least everyone is starting to wonder why it is slipping off a ledge. Source: The Slow, Sad, and Ultimately Predictable Decline of 3-D Printing | Inc.com I was somewhat surprised … Continue reading

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