Scott Abel just recently started a new social network community called The Content Wrangler Community. Within a couple of weeks, it already attracted
824 868 members. This community on Ning is quickly becoming the social network community for technical writers and others in our field.
On Ning you can --
Network with peers. Find jobs. Share information. Start a blog. Upload and watch videos. Join a group. Begin a discussion. Learn about software. Find events. Ask for help. It's all here. Become a member. It's free!
To browse the social network, visit http://thecontentwrangler.ning.com. To join the social network, click the Sign Up link in the upper-right corner.
I'm really excited about this new community. Facebook is extremely popular right now, and Ning is just another type of Facebook. It's fun to see all the new faces in there.
For all those who never figured out blogging and RSS, this community provides the same features invisibly in the background. All kinds of writers I've never seen before are suddenly appearing online.
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