10 Fun Tools To Easily Make Your Own Infographics

To stop the proliferation of visually boring information, edudemic.com provided a list of 10 Fun Tools To Easily Make Your Own Infographics. ... Read More

It’s Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over

It’s Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over. Is your documentation team ready to answer “Yes” to the following question: “Is there an app for that?” ... Read More

How To Start Developing Your Own Apps

Because tomorrow’s STC Houston program meeting is about mobile apps, I thought you might find this article from Edudemic.com titled How To Start Developing Your Own Apps very interesting. In addition, for information about the Tuesday, Sept 11 STC ... Read More

6 Powerful Google Docs Features to Support the Collaborative Writing Process

Susan Oxnevad in her article titled 6 Powerful Google Docs Features to Support the Collaborative Writing Process describes the features that might convince you to try out Google docs for your next collaborative writing project. ... Read More

Do You Mind? I’m Having A Private Conversation With My Phone

by John Varriale The new Apple iPhone 4S recently made its debut.  It’s faster, takes clearer pictures, is offered by three major carriers and can be used overseas.  However, what has most tongues wagging is a voice recognition feature called ... Read More

Evangelizing for Automation

by Robert Delwood The virtues of automation seem to be above reproach. Everyone agrees that better, faster, or cheaper is good. It is curious, then, that communicators are slow in adopting computer automation. By automation, I am referring mostly ... Read More

Tech Talk: Everything but the Sync

Everything-but-the-Sync A Story of Discovery and Elation By Gary Michael Smith, New Orleans Chapter The “3G” buzzword is all the rage. Based on the International Telecommunication Union family of standards, 3G is the fourth generation of ... Read More

Announcing WriterRiver.com

Submitted by Becca Taylor WriterRiver.com is a neat new site created by Tom Johnson, an STC member. Its design enables technical communicators to submit interesting stories and have the community vote on them. That practice is a good way to keep up ... Read More

Writer’s Resources

The Growth of Author Videos By Gary Michael Smith We’re a visual generation. Television aside, I have more colleagues who read online newspapers and magazines exclusively, as well as textbooks, users’ guides, blogs, and forums than any form of print ... Read More

Tech Talk: Search Commands in Microsoft Windows

by Robert Delwood, STC Houston Webmaster Locating text within files has always been a problem. Windows has the search feature, but even in Vista, it has several limitations. It returns only a file list, and the search cannot find only whole words. ... Read More