Re: Blogs in the workplace
I would appreciate any feedback on how you, as a techincal communicator,
employ the various uses of blogs while at work whether it is through the
survey or this mailing list.
I put answers into Yahoo!Answers from time to time, and I watch my spelling. My wife contributes to some blogs, but she's working in science, not technical writing, so she's not really bothered by spelling. I see blogs as outside of technical writing and probably outside of nearly all technical communicating.
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