Less talk. More do.
I’ll be blogging less this summer and trying to gain more hands-on experience with building social, community-based user experiences around documentation. I’m wrapping up some contracts this month and starting an exciting new one with a wee bit of overlap.
So let’s just say there’s lots to do besides blogging.
And, my kids are at such fun ages (well, I do think all kids ages are fun). Take a look at this Zhu-Zhu pet flying transporter my son made with pipe cleaners, wooden clothespins, rubber bands, and some paint and markers. With this kind of creativity swirling around, I want to join in at craft time!
I could take the bait and comment on a post about women in management roles in technical communication, but I’ve decided against it. I’ve said it before, I am who I am, and that happens to be a woman, spouse, and parent. Besides, Mark Fidelman over at MindTouch is tearing up the blogging scene with great saber-rattling, make-you-think posts about the future and present for technical communication. Complete with infographics, these are not to be missed.
How about you? Whatchadoin’ this summer? There’s a hundred and four days of summer vacation, you know. (Not really for us, but kudos if you know the song lyric reference.) I plan to make the most of some great opportunities that have come my way.