Re: Podcasts for Customer Support
One thing I've been thinking about lately is that right now, there is an
absolute wide open niche for someone to create a technical writing
We need the equivalent of an ITconversations.com for technical writers.
What I envision is a site whose main goal is to make podcasts on technical
writing widely available (and free) to tech writers. The podcasts could
consist of chapter meetings, conference presentations, even people who
review the content discussed on this listserv. I would love for someone to
aggregate the useful information for me and distill it in a quick way as I
drive to work.
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