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More localization and user-friendly features in the new Framemaker 2015

You might have heard by now that there have been some updates to the Adobe Technical Communications Suite (TCS) that were released today! Both Framemaker and Robohelp have been updated significantly, while the other programs (Captivate, Acrobat, and Presenter), have … Continue reading

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An American in Ireland: An experience in globalization and localization

I’m now back from my 10-day trip to Ireland, and it was certainly an adventure. While there are parts of the US that have bilingual signs around due to the large Hispanic populations in areas, I think I had gotten … Continue reading

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Assessing old libraries–where’s the content audit?

One of the first places that I went to during my holiday in Ireland was to University of Dublin, Trinity College. Why would I visit there? Trinity College is a world-famous university the likes of my “hometown” of Princeton or … Continue reading

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Top 5 Tips for Creating Global E-Learning

I conferred with two e-learning experts to get their input about globalization and localization issues in e-learning. The following recommendations emerged. Source: http://www.contentrules.com Val Swisher of Content Rules, Inc. was kind enough to give me the opportunity to write another … Continue reading

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Online Student Again, Part 8: Online Customer Acquisition – Accio Customers!

As of the end of this module, my mini-MBA course is now three-quarters of the way done! I’m glad it’s getting towards the end since it’s been a while since I squeezed in a course into my busy schedule. This … Continue reading

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Online Student Again, Part 7: UX and Marketing–It’s an Experience, Man. 

This week’s online module for my digital marketing class was about user experience (UX) and marketing. I realized after taking this module that I know a lot more about UX that I thought I did, as it’s something I do … Continue reading

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Book Review: Global Content Strategy: A Primer by Val Swisher

Anyone who has read this blog for a while knows how much I love Val Swisher of Content Rules.  Why? Well, first of all, she’s a lovely person and great friend all around. But that’s beside the point. As a … Continue reading

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Want to go to the 2015 Intelligent Content Conference? Here’s $100 for you!

I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since I went to the Intelligent Content Conference in San Jose, California at Scott Abel‘s invitation. To say the least, I have to say I had a marvelous time. This is a … Continue reading

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Building your mental muscles

Marc Schnau posted this on Google+ with the comment, “This should work properly with any language one is trying to learn. And not only while learning languages, Maybe this is valid for every kind of learning one will do.” After … Continue reading

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Are technical communicators the “fall guys”?

While plugging away at the big project I’m doing for work, a problem arose from how some features worked, and developers cluttered up the CMS architecture of the site I’m working on. When I tried to clean it up, the … Continue reading

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