June 2014

What do you get paid for?

Within the last 18 months, I’ve had a chance of making some new friends. And, just as any usual conversation begins, one of the first few questions is about what I do for a living. The more I try to explain what I do, the harder it becomes for them to understand. “So, basically you write, right?” “Well, yes.” “But, what do you do to get paid?” The answer is

My must-refer list of books.

This is one post, which every technical communicator has in their blog: A list of the must-have, must-read, and must-refer books in technical communication. I see that the list of books, which is although basic, will soon have some more names. But, I know you will like this one! Note: This stub contains links for the articles, which are placed under different tabs. Access the article either directly from the

Key to Quality Documentation

In this post, I’ve combined my understanding of the topics of rhetoric and minimalism to create two basic, understandable parts of the purpose of documentation: mean what you say and say what you mean. I’ve also talked about how the use of these two parts can improve the effectiveness in documentation. Note: This stub contains links for the articles, which are placed under different tabs. Access the article either directly

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