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Where is this going?

In May 2011, I started this blog with a post titled “What am I doing?” I was dipping my toe into the world of blogging, tentatively and curiously. 135 more words

Technical Editing

Enter here

Finding your way around is an activity that relies on attention to a great degree.

This is as true for the physical world as it is for navigating a website.  529 more words

Navigation

Reading: Ambient Findability

Ambient Findability: What We Find Changes Who We Become
Morville, Peter
Sebastopol , CA: O’Reilly Media, Inc., 2005
Author’s website

I’ve been sitting on this review for a couple of weeks, struggling to figure out what it is that I want to say about this book. 511 more words

DECEMBER 15 MEETING – Delivering a Technical Presentation & Using Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2013

The registration link is: https://atlspug.eventbrite.com.

Sponsor:
This month’s sponsor is Rackspace – “We manage your cloud, so you can manage your business”.

Rackspace Managed SharePoint Hosting… 637 more words

SharePoint 2013

Self-reflection through DITA data analysis

Well, after ten lectures, ten lab sessions and one reading week, the taught element of the DITA module is now over, with only the assignment left to complete and hand in. 1,219 more words

DITA

Good Feng Shui? A Course Evaluation

We started this blog as an experiment. I was expecting this to just a writing assignment but it turned out to be more than that. 360 more words

DITA

Text encoding and the Semantic Web

The Semantic Web

This week in our module we were introduced to the idea of the Semantic Web, often referred to as Web 3.0.  The concept was conceived by Tim Berners-Lee, who imagined the power of the Web when the wealth of data and information on the Web – not just whole documents and webpages – could be automatically aggregated, connected and ‘understood’ by machines. 849 more words

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