Social Media in Technical Communication: Matthew Ellison interviews RJ Jacquez

In September, I had the opportunity to travel to the UK to attend and speak at the Technical Communication UK conference, where there were great discussions around the impact Social Media is having on Technical Communication.  

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When I returned from the conference, I received an invitation to be interviewed by Matthew Ellison for this quarter’s iSTC Communicator Journal on this very topic.

I have asked permission to post the interview here and I thank
Marian Newell and her entire team for allowing me to do so. I also thank Matthew Ellison for the opportunity to share my thoughts on the importance for Technical Communicators to embrace Social Media.

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2 Responses to Social Media in Technical Communication: Matthew Ellison interviews RJ Jacquez

  1. It’s been a long time I have been reading an article almost like a ‘thriller’. Being a very recent Twitter-user indeed I discovered there a JIT ‘information network’, with a lot of ‘information facilitators’. And the future is very promising, with AIR applications like Tweetdeck, Help (for CP). Thanks a lot for all of that.

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