Month: October 2008

  • I’m going to a barcamp

    It’s about time that I declare this information on my blog! I will attend the BarCampCopenhagen on 22 November in, well, Copenhagen. The rules of BarCamp indicate that I should present. After all, it will be my first BarCamp, and everyone knows that at BarCamps there are “no spectators, only participants“. The “Rules of BarCamp” […]

  • Leading Virtual Teams in the Age of Complexity

    The American Management Association (AMA) is producing some great – and free! – webcasts these days. Today’s webcast was valuable to me for my life outside work. When I am not at the day job that puts bread on the table and provides fun challenges for a technical communicator, I am the “SIG Advocate” for […]

  • Left thumb still blogging!

    I came across Glenda Watson Hyatt‘s blog in March 2007, so it was like finding a old friend when I found two blog posts about her recently. Problogger wrote how blogging changes lives by sharing a captioned video of Glenda Watson Hyatt telling her own blogging story. Lorelle on WordPress also blogged about Glenda, writing […]