There are probably hundreds of blogs, web sites, downloadable PDFs, and other resources for people interested in tech comm. Here are a few.
Resources linked from Save the Semicolon
- Check out the Internet Buzz link at the top of every page, which takes you to tweets and blog posts from people I follow.
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But WAIT! Before I paste in the list, I want to mention another resource.
Indoition isn’t a blog, and it doesn’t have regularly updated posts. But it does have tons of information of interest to tech communicators (including project checklists, market surveys of help authoring tools, screen capture tools, screencasting tools and other utilities).
You can go to the site and look around, or download the 115 page PDF.
Blogs I subscribe to (in alphabetical order)
Take a look at the list, or download all of them in one zipped OPML file (it’s only four KB). After you unzip it, the file can be imported into some newsreaders.
Adobe in Tech Comm and eLearning
Communications from DMN
Core Dump 2.0
Gryphon Mountain Journals
I Came, I Saw, I Learned
I Heart Technical Writing
I’d Rather Be Writing
Just Write Click
Leadership with Style
One man writes
When The Muse Strikes
Save the Semicolon
You’re here now, of course.
Talking in Pictures
The Humane Experience
The Technical Writer in me
The Content Wrangler
User Assistance News from WritersUA
Words on a page
Help me add those that I’m missing!