Added a Blog Wall to my site

I occasionally receive encouraging emails from blog readers, podcast listeners, people who attended my presentations, and others. These email messages float too quickly through my inbox, so I’ve created a new site feature called a Blog Wall (see the top navigation bar) to capture them more permanently.

On my Blog Wall you can add any general feedback you have about the site, a presentation I gave, or anything else. Of course you can also add comments below posts, but sometimes you just have something general to say. Well, now you have an entire wall to write on.

Blog Wall, a new feature on the site

Blog Wall, a new feature on the site

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By Tom Johnson

I'm a technical writer working for The 41st Parameter in San Jose, California. I'm primarily interested in topics related to technical writing, such as visual communication (video tutorials, illustrations), findability (organization, information architecture), API documentation (code examples, programming), and web publishing (web platforms, interactivity) -- pretty much everything related to technical writing. If you're trying to keep up to date about the field of technical communication, subscribe to my blog either by RSS or by email. To learn more about me, see my About page. You can also contact me if you have questions.

3 thoughts on “Added a Blog Wall to my site

  1. MarbleHost.com

    Hello,

    I enjoy your blog very much. I’m slowly making my way towards the technical writing side of professional writing , and I appreciate the general overview of the field that you provide in addition to the commentary on specific topics and current issues.

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