|The Chicago River on St. Patrick's Day, Saturday, March 17, 2012.|
Happy Friday! Another week gone by, more tech comm links for your reading pleasure:
- Some Thoughts on DITA-Based Technical Writing Metrics - Keith Schengili-Roberts takes a few minutes to opine about DITA-based documentation metrics and documentation analytics in general.
- Subpage Titles on Wikis - Challenges, Conventions, and Compromises - Tech comm blogger extraordinaire, Tom Johnson, gives his two cents about naming conventions in wikis, which is more complicated than you might think.
- Cognition & the Intrinsic User Experience - You may not be on a UX team, but technical communicators should care just as much about UX as they do about documentation (caring about the user experience of your documentation is even more important).
- Vote for the Future of STC - STC International elections are underway, and if you haven't voted yet, Larry Kunz doesn't want you to wait. Read why here.
- Tech Comm 2.0: Reinventing our Relevance in the 2000s - Jack Molisani and Scott Abel are two of tech comm's biggest cheerleaders, not to mention trend setters. In STC's own Intercom, they write about how technical communicators need to change with the times and what that might look like.
Have a great weekend, everyone.