Tech Writer This Week for November 13, 2014

Celebrating TC World 2014 and World Usability Day from the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

Today is: the final day of  TC World (tekom) 2014, World Usability Day, and the day we receive the first picture from man’s landing on a comet. Coincidence? We think not…

While many of our friends were strolling through Stuttgart examining all things tech comm- and content-oriented, many were also planning to recognize the importance of usability in world affairs. Still others were cheering as Philae landed–not once but three times–on Comet 67P. We can only surmise that this is preparation for that day in the future when comets will be designed for maximum  usability and will be the site of TC Galaxy. It’s a clever plan…

Meanwhile back in the US, TechWhirl continues mining nuggets of wisdom on social metrics, targeted content and agile, and a new poll question for you to vote on, and debate. As you contemplate man’s future among the stars, you might want to check out the following articles, gleaned from more than the vacuum of space:

Can Technology Change the Experience of Writing?

Task Analysis: The Key UX Design Step Everyone Skips

The Content Creation Team’s Place in the Organization (poll)

These articles and more await you in this edition of Tech Writer This Week.

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