My commitment to writing traces back to the moment I discovered “The Hemingway Reader.” It’s one of the books I’d grab if our house were on fire. The observations and excerpts in Charles Poore’s foreword have shaped my writing efforts in journalism, playwriting, fiction, poetry, technical writing, marketing writing—every kind of writing I’ve ever done. Continue reading
How often does a technical communicator get to be the hero? I got my chance recently. Well, the real hero is a mindset that I share with all technical communicators. Here’s what happened. Continue reading
If you can make a grocery list, you can master parallelism.
Hey, tech writers. Adobe published a story today that you might appreciate. It’s my story of using their FrameMaker software to save one of my clients $16,000 and cut six weeks off a project’s translation schedule by single sourcing two user guides.