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Why We’re Moving From Content Strategy to Content Design

After over a decade of pushing to make our product experiences simple, straightforward and human, our Facebook Product Content Strategy… Source: Why We’re Moving From Content Strategy to Content Design This is interesting, and might help those of us who … Continue reading

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Maintaining Your Principles While On the Job

Ooh…she’s going into controversial territory here… (Well, yeah, I am. What’s new?) I’ve heard some people say that the COVID-19 pandemic and world events really has them looking at life very differently now on a number of levels. One of … Continue reading

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Content in the Age of Coronavirus

Welcome to day 4-ish of my self-quarantine from the coronavirus pandemic. I say 4-ish because I went out on Sunday, but once I came back, I’ve stayed home every since. I went for a walk with my husband around the … Continue reading

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The COVID19 pandemic is spurring more online learning

While I’ve been talking about how it took a pandemic to truly begin to show companies that remote working is a viable option for many, I’m starting to see that it also applies to online learning. In light of the … Continue reading

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A Reminder That ‘Fake News’ Is An Information Literacy Problem – Not A Technology Problem

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

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TechCommGeekMom, where have you been? The Delta Quadrant?

OK, so it’s been a while. I know. While I wish I could say that I’ve been on an Intrepid-class Federation starship named the U.S.S. Voyager, sadly that is not the case. It’s a little hard to be writing blog … Continue reading

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4 Lessons Learned (About Learning) From Blogging

Blogs provide great insight and are a helpful educational tool. But did you know the act of blogging can teach us something, too? Danielle Villegas explains. Source: 4 Lessons Learned (About Learning) From Blogging Thanks to Phylise Banner, Jennifer Hofmann, … Continue reading

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2016 TechCommGeekMom Year in Review: Yeah, it could’ve been better.

As 2017 gets going, I realized that I haven’t written a whole lot in the past year. Why? Simple–not a whole lot to write about, frankly. 2016 was a rough year in many ways, but there were some good elements, … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Failed Technical Communicator

“Bless me, Father, for I have sinned! I am a failure in technical communications.” OK, perhaps in many eyes, I haven’t been a failure in technical communications. It will be five years this spring since I graduated with my Masters … Continue reading

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What Can Technical Communication Do After The U.S. Election?

In the past week, the United States had an important election for its next President. The election results, to say the least, have been controversial. While I’m not one to usually talk politics on this website, I’ll simply say that … Continue reading

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