If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!
Tom Johnson of IWBW has created a social news service for Technical Communicators.
I’ve been a long-time reader of Digg.com, but just last week it dawned on me that it would be really great if there were a Digg-like site for technical communication. So I decided to create one. It’s called WriterRiver.com and it’s pretty much a Digg clone, except that the entire focus is on articles related to technical communicators.
Great idea, Tom, and thanks! Everyone head on over to WriterRiver, register a witty username, & start participating.
Hmmm… now, the question remains: how do we verb-ificate WriterRiver? With Digg.com, we have “digg me,” or “I dug the site.” So, with WR… do we “WR me,” or perhaps “send me down the river? (up the river?)” Any ideas?
OK, so I haven’t been around here much, but that’s not totally my fault. I blame it on overtime at work, a short vacation to Virginia, and a healthy dose of using my spare time to pwn N00bs on Mario Kart Wii.**
—– **My MK friend code is 2535-4142-7883. Post your code in the comments, load me up, & let’s meet on WFC!
CJ has repeatedly asked for a statement from Adobe or their product evangelists, but so far, only silence. I’ll put the call out as well… if anyone has more information or documentation regarding the business side of RH, head on over to CharlesJeter.com and chime in.
And while you’re there, make sure you grab his feed. His site has become another favorite of mine, you’ll see I’ve added it to the sidebar. His topics are very diverse, ranging from tech comm to parenting to gaming. Check it out.
An escapee from a government contractor’s test lab, the monkey lives in hiding, hacking away at the keyboard to bring you random thoughts, stories, news, and graphics. Depending on his mood, he may be informative, amusing, obnoxious, or inane.