This podcast features special guest Ed Marsh of the Content Content podcast. Scriptorium’s guest appearances on the Content Content podcast inspired us to start our own. In this episode, Gretyl Kinsey and Ed Marsh discuss content strategy and how it applies to the world of … Read More
How can faster access to cancer staging information lead to better diagnoses and improved patient care? What if cancer staging content could be integrated into electronic medical records and accessed via API instead of just in a printed book? We discuss these questions and more … Read More
Last week’s LavaCon conference in Portland, OR was the highest attended ever. And with good reason; the program was very compelling. Regardless of session focuses (web copy, chatbots, virtual reality, and more), nearly every session echoed the same themes: change is constant, collaboration is critical, … Read More
Who lives? Who dies? Who do you fight to save?
LavaCon was delightful as always, and Austin was a great venue for this crowd.
I had a lot fun meeting all the great tech comm folks who attended LavaCon in Austin earlier this week. (I’m also dreaming about the next time I’ll get a divine Buffalo Bill burger from Hopdoddy.)
In addition to our November event on localization, we are adding another webcast in December. I’ll be presenting Strategies for coping with user-generated content on December 8 at 11 a.m. Eastern time via GoToWebinar. This event is free but registration is required. Here’s the description: … Read More
Woody Pewitt of Microsoft presents on the new Office components this morning. I inquired about the point of the new XPS format, which is clearly targeted at replacing PDF. Money quote: “The difference between XPS and PDF is that Microsoft has produced an open format … Read More
[updated with link to convergence slide] Karl Matthews delivered the lunch keynote. On plans for FrameMaker and RoboHelp, he offered the usual “I can’t tell you anything because nothing has been announced” disclaimer. But there were a few crumbs: Put money in the budget for … Read More
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