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TechWhirl: Technical Communication Recap for May 31, 2013
Subject:TechWhirl: Technical Communication Recap for May 31, 2013 From:TechWhirl Admin <admin -at- techwhirl -dot- com> To:Techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Fri, 31 May 2013 05:59:14 -0400
Closing out a month of TechWhirl on the actual last day of the month
doesn't actually happen very often. So I’m looking back on 31 days of sheer
madness, happy in what I accomplished, and happy that the month is done
(and wishing for a few days off to mentally recuperate). We debuted a new
member of the SWU, attended the STC Summit, launched our Content Structure
Research Portal, added to a lively debate by those more learned than us
(That would be Tom Johnson, Sarah O’Keefe, and Mark Baker), and welcomed
two summer interns to the slightly off-kilter ranks of TechWhirl. Add to
that a slew of freelance projects, and it’s no wonder my brain is full.
Does anybody else wonder what happened to the last month? It disappeared
before I had a chance to really enjoy it.
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