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Alan Houser Starts a Blog -- Check Out the Group Wellesley Wire

by Tom Johnson on May 30, 2007
categories: blogging technical-writing

Alan Houser's Group Wellesley Wire BlogAlan Houser, a well-known DITA expert and conference committee member for the last STC conference, started up a blog at I attended a DITA workshop Alan gave at the Doc Train conference in Vancouver and really enjoyed it. He definitely knows what he's talking about, and he is a regular listener of Tech Writer Voices. I'm excited to see him in the blogosphere—be sure to subscribe to his feed.

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