I’ve just updated my blog with two new menu items. One is a tab called Profession and practice. As indicated, the blogs in this category will discuss professional technical communication issues and some of the best practices in our industry. Starting out, I realize that most of what I blog is from my own, limited perspective. In time, however, I hope to interact with others and draw their perspectives into the discussion. When I’ve achieved that, this blog will add greater value to our profession and practice.
The second menu item I’ve created is a series of blogs called FrameMaker or Word. I’ve started with two blogs to discuss my experience with both tools. What I hope to show is that your only limitation using either tool is your imagination. If you are a creative, out-of-the-box thinker, you can replicate the functionality of one tool in the other or use other tools to achieve similar results.
In today’s world, we need to be as agile as possible. Therefore, we should be loosely tied to technology and tightly coupled with proven theory, sound practices and liberated imaginations.