We sent out our latest HTML newsletter this week, unfortunately with three typos. It’s another why I (Ellis) don’t do any chargeable client work and stick to sales and marketing.
Ginny Critcher and Justin Darley had a meeting with Ian Kemble of Portsmouth University this week, to discuss their new MA in Technical Communication and areas where we might help them. One of the topics that came up was whether or not they should include technology related topics. On the one hand, you can argue… Read more »
The EU sponsored TecDoc-Net project has published guidelines on Technical Communication, the state of the profession and future challenges. It lists a “Potential for jobs in the field of Technical Communication” for each European country. The guidelines could also be used to develop job descriptions and study programmes. It claims there is potential for 38,000… Read more »
Weblogs now seem to be finding commercial applications as marketing tools, and the business press is starting to pay attention to it – it is claimed to be the new market research, the new branding and the new R&D rolled into one. There’s a debate raging as to whether blogging should be done by journalists,… Read more »
As from 6th April 2005, employees in organisations with 150 or more staff will have a right to be informed and consulted on a regular basis about issues in their workplace. Organisations with 100 or more employees will come within the scope of the legislation in April 2007 and ones with 50 or more in… Read more »