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Tech Writer Voices Podcast

by Tom Johnson on Oct 9, 2006
categories: podcasting

The right column ("Podcasts") shows all the latest Tech Writer Voices podcasts. Previously, the podcasts were housed on a different domain ( Recently I decided to integrate the podcasts onto this site instead. From now on, you only have to go to one site -- -- to get both blog and podcasts. Although the podcast is now hosted on the domain, I'm still calling it Tech Writer Voices.

Tech Writer Voices is dedicated to educating technical communicators around the world about the latest trends, practices, and news related to the field of technical communication. The field of technical communication covers a variety of professions, from technical writing to information architecture, usability, information design, web design, and illustration. I'm the host of this show, and I usually interview experts in the field. After downloading these podcasts, you can transfer them to your MP3 player and listen while you drive to work or exercise at the gym.

Be sure to Subscribe to Tech Writer Voices by Email or RSS to stay updated as new podcasts are added to the site.

For questions or comments about technical writing or podcasts, send me an e-mail at [email protected]. For more information on podcasting, see the FAQs.

About Tom Johnson

Tom Johnson

I'm an API technical writer based in the Seattle area. On this blog, I write about topics related to technical writing and communication — such as software documentation, API documentation, AI, information architecture, content strategy, writing processes, plain language, tech comm careers, and more. Check out my API documentation course if you're looking for more info about documenting APIs. Or see my posts on AI and AI course section for more on the latest in AI and tech comm.

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