Wow, oh Wow – Book Reading at SXSW Interactive!

I’ve been given a 20-minute book reading opportunity at SXSWi! I’ve been to SXSW Interactive at least three times over the past five years, and I’m a huge fan of the conference. So, when I saw an email in my inbox from Hugh Forrest, the organizer, I ran around my (home) office with glee!

Here’s a description of the reading, which is scheduled for Tuesday, March 16th at 12:30.

A reading by the author of Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation. This book brings together the worlds of technical communication and social media. It shows how technical communicators can effectively use social media, and describes why quality technical content is essential to a successful social media strategy.

You can add it to your schedule using this link. I’d love to meet you there, and would love your suggestions for what to read from my book. I’m just amazed to have this opportunity and can’t wait to hear questions and comments about the social web for documentation.

2 Comments

  • Jay
    February 13, 2010 - 1:45 pm | Permalink

    That’s so amazing! Congratulations! Bummed I can’t be there for SXSW… one day.

  • February 14, 2010 - 8:04 pm | Permalink

    Thanks, Jay! You’ve gotta get to Austin for SXSWi one year, you’d absolutely love it. :)

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