Technical Communication and Inclusion

After lots of sweat and tears, but no blood, I posted my presentation from #a11yldn and #tcuk10 on Slideshare. Technical Communication and Inclusion View more presentations from kmardahl. Unfortunately, the notes don’t show up as I thought they would. Because this presentation is not a normal presentation, the notes are crucial. I describe how to […]

Conference Overdose – Unfinished Business

Actually, I didn’t overdose on conferences. The issue is digesting the conferences. In a space of 6 days last week, I attended Charity Hack 2010 where participants created applications that made it easier for people to donate money to charities Web Accessibility London Unconference where we discussed accessibility issues in the un-conference type of conference […]

Making the Future

Reading about the augmented future of technical communication triggered a memory. Many years ago, when I worked at Computer Associates, they produced a product called CA-7/OLC. (I think that was the abbreviation.) It was an enhancement to their CA-7 software, which is still used for scheduling jobs on big old mainframe computers. The interface for […]