How much is enough to launch? A question that haunts writers when there are no external deadlines.
6 May 2020
If a static site generator’s ecosystem is an ocean, then you might join a happy school of fish or become chum for the sharks. Think about your niche before diving in.
22 April 2020
Overcome the awkwardness and get permission to record your next meeting
23 January 2020
No follow up questions please: what to do when only get once chance to talk to a subject matter expert
28 August 2019
An attempt at clearing up a common point of confusion.
25 March 2019
I made a strange little productivity game inspired by the Pomodoro Technique, Brian Eno, and “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.”
29 June 2018
How can people who write the docs understand their and their peers' compensation better? I moderated a discussion to find out.
21 May 2018
Checklists are a great way to deal with nerves before public speaking.
5 April 2018
Better meetings start with better meeting invitations.
15 March 2018
Mozilla asked me to work on an project: turn documentation into data. When is documentation better off as data?
14 February 2018
Avoiding exclusionary language can keep your audience on your side.
3 January 2013
I have a rubric for evaluating feedback on written content.
29 November 2012
Everyone's a critic, so don't make it easy for them to be critical.
14 November 2012
Give a Kindle 2 a new lease on life by replacing a degraded battery.
17 October 2012
The best documentation is a shortcut through time.
10 October 2012
Instructions with conditions be hard to write clearly. Here are a few tips to make them easier to understand.
3 October 2012
You can make a strong case for bug reports and feature requests, if you get organized.
19 September 2012
Step-by-step directions work best when you give your reader a way to gauge success or failure.
9 December 2010