An interesting counter to the F-shaped reading pattern idea, this article deals with the F-pattern in relation to users’ search results reading habits… it’s well worth a read.
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The upcoming BCIT Technical Writing Program Alumni lunch promises to be packed with great speakers (if I may so myself… yes, I’m going to be there as one of the panel leaders :)) and a chance to really talk about social media and its relevancy for technical writers.
Before the event, and for those not able to attend, you can catch up on some excellent insights on the TW blog, Professional Communication Topics.
I hope to see you there!
I came across this interesting study by Statistics Canada on demographic differences in Internet usage, in relation to ‘consumption of culture’. It’s a very in-depth study, but well worth checking out for some intriguing observations, particularly around how older generations are closing the gap with younger Canadians when it comes to using the Internet.
As your blog assignments come in, I’ll be updating this list, so keep an eye on it.
Jason – http://nucknation.blogspot.ca/
Stephen – http://stephengraf.blogspot.ca
Shaka – http://dudebumshak.wordpress.com
The Oatmeal is one of my favourite websites and I thought today’s latest comic was really apt for our class:
Take a look at the web writing expertise of your classmates:
(I’ll be updating this list as I receive all the blog URLS and permission to share them)