Re: TC vs TW

Subject: Re: TC vs TW
From: Ned Bedinger <doc -at- edwordsmith -dot- com>
To: David Hailey <david -dot- hailey -at- usu -dot- edu>
Date: Thu, 08 May 2008 19:00:12 -0700

Most excellent of you, Dr. Hailey. The TCLib is new to me, sounds like
a rich resource and I'll tackle it first chance I get. Thanks a bunch.

--Ned

David Hailey wrote:
> So I wonder, hoping someone will do the research and publish the urls, how does the real balance sheet (not the cooked set) look? Is it really *REALLY* profitable to offshore our work, or are they just twisting the knife because of the way our editors used to twit everyone for punctuation?
>
> Hi Ned,
>
> It is extremely difficult to get statistical information. The companies don't want it seen, and low-ball the numbers, while others inflate them. There are a lot of good articles about technical writing and outsourcing/offshoring.
>
> http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/10002/32120/01494226.pdf
>
> This is a article published in an IEEE conference, speculative and somewhat dated.
>
> http://tc.eserver.org/dir/Outsourcing
>
>
> Are you familiar with the TCLibrary. The above page is linked to 48 articles on outsourcing and offshoring.
>
> http://www.softwareceo.com/attachments/Intercom_06-2004.pdf
>
> This is a good online article in Intercom, explaining how to deal with the problem.
>
> http://imrl.usu.edu/6460_spring/Innovation-TC-Manuscript-3-8-2007.pdf
>
> This one is mine, currently under review.
>
>
> David E. Hailey, Jr., Ph.D.
> Associate Professor -- Professional and Technical Writing
> Utah State University
> dhailey -at- english -dot- usu -dot- edu
>
>
>

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References:
TC vs TW: From: Technical Writer
Re: TC vs TW: From: Gene Kim-Eng
RE: TC vs TW: From: Technical Writer
RE: TC vs TW: From: David Hailey
RE: TC vs TW: From: Leonard C. Porrello
Re: TC vs TW: From: Gene Kim-Eng
RE: TC vs TW: From: David Hailey
Re: TC vs TW: From: Gene Kim-Eng
RE: TC vs TW: From: David Hailey
Re: TC vs TW: From: Ned Bedinger
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