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Research Project: Probing Our Future
The Transformation Society (Neus Lorenzo and I) have been doing a research project together with Adobe Technical communication. Here are some links to items from the project:
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For the last few weeks, I’ve had a chance to play with the beta of oXygen 17, which has just been released by publisher SyncRO Soft. In keeping with my previous post, I’m going to focus on how the software is evolving. … Continue reading
The Humanist Nerd explains how he approaches posts about software for technical communication, especially when he has a relationship with the company that publishes it. Continue reading
At the beginning of 2014 Adobe released Technical Communication Suite 5, with new versions of all its key software elements. As I mentioned in a recent post, I’ve been asked to blog on a lot of subjects. This is one. … Continue reading
In June and September your Humanist Nerd spoke at four different conferences. In this post, I’ll tell you about UA Europe, Congility, and TCUK. I’ll save a separate post for EuroIA. UA Europe – In a Class By Itself UA … Continue reading
oXygen’s new release is part of the company’s policy of regularly (every three or four months) releasing “incremental” upgrades. I use quotes because Syncro Soft, the publisher of oXygen, regularly includes major new features in these free, “incremental” upgrades. This … Continue reading