My presentation for the STC Summit in Dallas is finally done. The session, “Managing in an XML environment,” is scheduled for Tuesday, May 4, at 4 p.m. Central time. I hope to see you in Dallas, but if you can’t make the conference in person, … Read More
Here’s a movie montage I found on YouTube featuring scenes of characters either offering or reading procedures: Enjoy!
Power blogger. That’s a new phrase to me, and it was new to Maria Langer, too, as she noted in her An Eclectic Mind blog. As part of a podcast panel, she was asked to offer advice on how to become a power blogger. Some … Read More
Last night, a bit of spam managed to worm its way through the filters on a personal email account, and I have to admit I glanced at the content while scanning previews of messages. That’s when I spotted a paragraph that really jumped out at … Read More
About a year ago, we added Google Analytics to our web site. I have done some research to see what posts were the most popular in the past year: The clear winner was our FrameMaker 9 review. With 21 comments, I think it was also … Read More
What other explanation is there for Adobe, nicknamed The Cone of Silence, making this announcement: If you are planning to attend the [STC] Conference [in Minneapolis], you now have added incentive. We will be providing technology sneak peeks of the features of the next versions … Read More
I just installed a wireless mouse on my PC here in the office. The instructions that came with the mouse have some interesting turns of phrase, including this gem: [The mouse] combines with 27MH RF wireless technology, user-defined keys, and outstanding design, so that you … Read More
(hat tip: Steve Rickaby, who posted it on framers this morning) Note: Safe for work, but you might want to set aside all beverages before proceeding. Helpdesk in the Scriptorium
As of this afternoon, the snow is melted, but I justed wanted to prove that we do TOO get snow in North Carolina. Oh, and that green stuff in the background? Those are daffodil shoots that started coming up last week during the heat wave.
Wednesday evening, I detoured from XML 2006 in Boston up to Nashua, New Hampshire, for a presentation at the STC Northern New England chapter. (Thanks to Char James-Tanny for providing transportation!) Traditionally, presenters are given a jug of maple syrup. Yum. I love maple syrup. … Read More
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