Re: cluetrain

Subject: Re: cluetrain
From: Stuart Burnfield <sburnf -at- au1 -dot- ibm -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 09:57:50 +0800

Sean said:
> I wonder many writers out there work in companies that embrace
> the thinking outlined in "the cluetrain manifesto"?
> []

As a technical writer, don't you just itch to rewite these long-winded,
repetitive, 95 theses? I can't help thinking there are maybe 15 plain,
concrete, unambiguous theses struggling to get out.

I don't know how a company could "embrace the thinking"--it would be like
embracing a hot-air ballon.

Did you get any takers, Sean?




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