Today in Technical Communication

An extensive lunch time review of content posted on technical communication blogs so far today has revealed, unlike April 1st posts in previous years, there have been no tongue-in-cheek blog posts in the tech comm blogosphere whatsoever. None. We have all resisted the urge to fill other’s RSS feeds with silly nonsense.

Take these posts on TECHWHIRL…

Neuro-linguistic Programming Breakthrough Powers ClickHelp Upcoming Release

Study: Women Technical Writers Earn Less Peanuts Than Men

Doc-To-Help Unveils Thought-Enabled User Assistance

EasyDITA: New Version Supports Twerking

Adobe is Truly the New ‘Frame’Maker

Controversial New DITA Element Set For 2.0 Release

Acrolinx Adds New Voice Measurement to Its Metrics Dashboard

These on I’d Rather Be Writing…

STC Chapter provides special outing to San Diego zoo for members

The Content Wrangler Announces New 52 Mini-Conference Model

Now that debts are paid off, plan to travel the world for a year, documenting things

Dita Von Teese to give keynote at DITA North America 2014 Conference

New hot coals event to be highlight at Lavacon conference

Or this one on STC’s Notebook…

STC President and CEO to Appear on The Amazing Race

Tomorrow’s blog post will feature an in-depth exploration of ExtendScript.

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