Ernest Hemingway, the legendary writer of the 20th century, is widely recognized as the pioneer of micro-content writing due to his unique approach to crafting messages that are both concise and engaging. Hemingway’s style of writing is characterized by the use of simple language and the avoidance of unnecessary words, with a focus on brevity, […]
Ten books that impacted my life
I was tagged on Facebook to list 10 books that have stuck with me in some way. I’ve opted to post here as a longer standing reference to this list so I don’t lose it to the wilds of social media posts. From Michael’s post, he notes they don’t have to be the “right” books, […]
My takeaways from WriteTheDocs 2014
Apparently everyone at a tech writers conference has impostor syndrome. It seems the deeply technical nature of documentation is partially responsible for writers to feel like impostors when working alongside skilled developers. That, along with deep API documentation and treating docs as code, were the three long running themes throughout WriteTheDocs 2014 held at the […]
A NaNoWriMo roundup from years past
Recently my “secret” for coming up with blog topics was discovered: I base most entries on conversations in which I am asked for an opinion, answer, or guidance. In those conversations I realize the information is often beneficial to more than just the individual with whom I’m talking, and thus a blog post is […]
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