Category Archives: Technical Writing

From Micropoetry to Tech Comm: Connecting the Dots

There exist some common threads for micropoetry and technical communication, after all. Continue reading

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Don’t Redesign

In most cases, all you need to do is progressively improve the things under the skin, rather than get a new skin. Continue reading

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Wayfinding My Writing

Words don’t convey anything until you give them the required context and structure. This means you must permit for their association (with either action or empathy). Continue reading

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This Post Ain’t Got Nothing

Usually, double negatives are absolute No-No anywhere. But, I bring this up for discussion because I see some of us use them—in workplaces and outside. Now, why would we use them? Because we hear people around us using them. Simple … Continue reading

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Be Content with Content

As I continue to choose a (better) combination of tools and methodologies, I continue to steer farther away from the focus on the content. We have complicated the process of creating and managing that content. What’s the way out? Continue reading

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Handy Tips for Impromptu Speeches

Remember, your speech is your story that has your Make sure you include an inspiration; something that made you a better person. Continue reading

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