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Consistent web design, writing of web content (redux)

I know its bordering on passé to write blog posts criticizing people and businesses for their shortcomings, but I feel it necessary to present another example of what I discussed over a week ago. In that post I discussed how

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Consistent web design, writing of web content key

Briefly, here are a couple of observations I made while researching Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) for a client today: 1.Be clear and consistent with your site’s navigation. A frustrating example today was Sarlatech.com. (For some reason my thoughts drifted

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Do Internet-connected books have a future sooner than later?

Books that are connected to the Internet may have many advantages, but will publishers, authors and the public play along? The combination of two interesting articles I read today has my brain spinning with ideas about the future of writing,

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Complexity, critical thinking, and how we write, edit, and teach

              Overcoming complexity requires critical thinking and reasoning skills, which are essential for most people who write, edit, and teach. The above text comes from inputting my blog address into the site Wordle.net, which

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How technology and the Internet have changed what we write, edit, and teach: Part 1

Technology and the Internet have changed how we write, edit, and teach. But how have things changed for these professions? Ah, 1993! I was attending the University of Missouri-Columbia and found myself researching in both the university library and the

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