Monthly Archives: August 2013

I didn’t get to say goodbye too!

They say that if it did not end happily, then it wasn’t the end. Perhaps! This post is dedicated to all those who parted ways before greeting the others, wishing them for success and prosperity. But, I’ve some questions that … Continue reading

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Progressive Disclosure: Progressive Learning

The only way we must learn and improve is that we must gradually improve the way we learn. So true it is! Progressive learning can be defined as a structurally-stepped, gradually-increasing-in-levels-of-complexity-in-cognition-and-comprehension procedure. I would be happy to read your views … Continue reading

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Well-kneeded Documentation

Good documentation does have some far-fetched benefits. And, the benefits don’t only belong to or cater to, the documentation department. I’ve seen, met, and made friends with folks who belong to other departments, and yet get benefitted with good documentation. … Continue reading

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Editors and Their not-so-easy Work!

Fix problems with the write-up, stick to the standards, create a flow for understanding, keep the language simple, and yet maintain the soul of the writers’ work… it isn’t easy to play the editor. But, don’t we take the profile … Continue reading

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Minimalism

Minimalism is one skill, which needs special mention in technical communication. Derived from the works of John M Carroll, the idea of Minimalism is based on structure-based, task-oriented cognitive learning systems. This blog post is about how I see Minimalism … Continue reading

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Standardizing Content

Technical writing is neither complete nor consistent without documentation standards. This post contains my understanding of the need and use of standards in the tech-comm community. Read and provide your thoughts on it. Note: This stub contains the link to … Continue reading

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