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It’s easy being a consultant? Think again!

I was recently reminded of how challenging it can actually be to be a consultant in this world. As a result, it was suggested to me (thanks, Marc Gravez!) that perhaps it would be a good idea to write and share what … Continue reading

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TechCommGeekMom’s 2013 Year in Review

Okay, I’ll admit this is going to be a slightly self-indulgent (and slightly long) blog post. I read something recently that said that there shouldn’t be so much “self-promotion” in promoting your blog. This has always been a blog that … Continue reading

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Villegas Views: Why Bother Learning More in Technical Communication?

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Danielle M. Villegas‘s insight: I have a new monthly byline with the STC Notebook blog! Welcome to Villegas Views. Check out this latest entry about continuing education in tech comm. –techcommgeekmom … Continue reading

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Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? (NOT a tribute to The Clash)

During this past week, Yahoo has made headlines with its new ban on work-at-home scenarios for employees. It raised a lot of hullabaloo, especially for working parents. According to an article on Mashable.com on 26 February 2013, The move, as … Continue reading

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