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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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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 – Why is Canadian English unique?

America’s neighbour resisted annexation by the US and its people remained subjects of the British monarch. But Canada’s English isn’t British or American, writes James Harbeck. Source: BBC – Culture – Why is Canadian English unique? Happy Canada Day! I … Continue reading

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Is the STC dying?

I was moved by a series of articles recently written by my friend, Larry Kunz. The most recent of the three, “Why is it so important that the STC survive?” was the first that I read from a series he … Continue reading

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Saddle up for a FREE workshop event from Adobe at #STC2016!

While I was unable to go to the STC Summit last year, I am looking forward to going to Anaheim this year to not only being a presenter at the STC Summit, but  also to learn and connect with other … Continue reading

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Happy 4th Birthday, TechCommGeekMom!

I knew that my little blog’s birthday was coming up soon (I always remember the month, but never the day), but when WordPress sent me the following note: I received my reminder that it was today, March 9th! (One of … Continue reading

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Contracting Adventures Lay Ahead…

It’s been a quiet start to 2016 for me, even though there have been some things going on for me “behind the curtain”. I wasn’t ready to share just yet, but I think I am now, since things have settled … Continue reading

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Is ageism in the workplace the last civil right to be conquered?

Okay, I know there are far greater civil rights that need to be achieved first, like the global equality of all regardless of gender, color, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Those definitely come first. Ageism, however, is one of those things … Continue reading

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What will 2016 offer? Good question. I don’t know–yet.

While I’ve reviewed what’s happened in 2015 in my recent posts, it’s time for me to look ahead, and see what I need to plan for this year. I admit that last year, I had big plans. I knew that I … Continue reading

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Three ways to look at the future: perspectives from a writer, reader, and marketer of content

My friend, Parth Mukherjee of Jifflenow, created an excellent SlideShare presentation that he shared at the STC India conference while still at Adobe, but shared recently on LinkedIn. While I didn’t attend the conference, he created a great conversation about … Continue reading

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