It actually feels rather strange writing about Coco's Tea Party and style blogging as I was first introduced to this blog because of the fashion news that the author, Ella Gregory, was writing on a daily basis. She's one of the oldest bloggers I know, not in her age, but rather the age of her...

And equally problematic, it's hardly worth writing. I usually tend to assume corporate bloggers are second-rate marketers who don't understand the social media world or writing. But I'm a corporate blogger (I run LDSTech) who first started out as a personal blogger. My I'd Rather Be Writing...

I consider Denyse a friend, so to avoid a conflict of interest, rather than write a traditional review of The Perfume Lover, I present a handful of questions about the book and Denyse's responses. Denyse will be checking in, so if you'd like to add your own questions you can leave them in...

Technical Communication Innovation Award Winners, they write, This honor is bestowed upon long-time technical documentation professional Tom Johnson for creating some of the best — and most innovative — original content about the field of technical communication (and related disciplines) on...

so rather than write all of you back individually I'm just going to put my thoughts on this hideous, orthopedic-like, device out there. They are a FASHION DON'T. Like a BIG ONE. And no, I don't care if Prada forced their models to walk down the runway in them. Stay away at all costs and if you...

Or get a graduate with an English degree to write the guides but the end result is less than satisfactory. Another factor is that in Asia it's not uncommon for technical documents to be more focused on diagrams, i.e. images rather than text. In Japan, I saw some wonderful documents — like...

It went all right, but the Q&A component was multi-directional, since it's a conversation with a crowd rather than an individual. The crowd conversation doesn't work as well as a one-on-one conversation because the crowd's questions are much more random. The questions don't have the same...

A Year of Writing Dangerously: 365 Days of Inspiration and Encouragement Perhaps because of my blog's title, "I'd Rather Be Writing," many people think this blog deals with creative writing. As a result, I frequently get asked if I want to review books about writing. Sometimes I say yes. I...

She said she's often more interested in seeing an end-to-end process rather than a specific task. This reminded me of a tutorial on Lynda.com in which Deke McClelland, the trainer, showed how to make a black cat, with the eyes, curly whiskers, gradients, and all. The process involved probably...

 

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