I’m speaking today at the STC’s 55th annual Summit in Philadelphia, on the topic of the Paperless Office for contractors and independent consultants. The progression runs from 9 to 11:30, and I give my talk 4 times, so if you’re here at the conference and want to check it out, you don’t have to give up 2 of your sessions– just one half of one.
That’s the quick update. Later, I’ll blog about my impressions of the conference. Perhaps some of the folks who have steadfastly read my blog all year and are wondering “does she ever work?” will be happy to have something more “technical writing” oriented for a change. Just remember, you can filter out the knitting stuff by selecting a category (left-hand side of the frame) and then subscribing to the RSS feed for the category’s page, rather than the whole blog. It’s never been my intention for you all to read everything I post– knitterly folks should subscribe to the crafting feed, writerly folks to the writing feed, personal friends to the personal feed (yeah, LiveJournal folks get the short straw, but I even filter what gets cross-posted to LJ, too).
Also, since I never write about my clients or jobs, anything work-related is usually a more general thing, and not “OMG, my company just did the coolest thing!” Except in rare cases where the company explicitly says they’re OK with me evangelizing.