[Guest Post] “Digital Learning: Individual Adaptive Construction or Connected Social Interaction?”, by Ray Gallon & Neus Lorenzo

Editor’s Note: this blog is posted in anticipation of an immersive, highly participative eSeminar on December 4th, Sess 4) Digital Learning: Individual Adaptive Construction or Connected Social Interaction? In the digital era, are we more adapted to Plato or to Aristotle? Plato learned and taught through written simulated dialogues, a type of reasoning based on logic […]

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[Guest Post] “RoboHelp – I Changed My Mind When I Saw it Online”, by Tanner Corporate Services

Editor’s Note: this guest blog is authored by Tanner Corporate Services, who recently delivered 3 thoughtful eSeminars around online Help project issues with RoboHelp. ======================== Has an SME ever said this to you? Maybe another writer has said it, but what about an SME? Maybe in response to something you developed from their print source […]

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[Guest Post] “Human Bionics: More Freedom or Electronic Slavery?”, by Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo

Why on earth would anyone want a bionic implant? Does the idea raise visions of Cyborgs and Androids? – Science fiction! But wait – do heart valves count? What about implanted ocular lenses after cataract surgery? Artificial hips, cardiac pacemakers, dental implants? If you think about it for a moment, we are already quite a […]

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FrameMaker 12: Towards Successful Localization with XML & Other Strategies

This guest blog was written by Diana Ballard and Carlotta Bulgarelli of Logos Group Translation. FrameMaker 12 offers an elegant adoption of DITA-XML with the potential for major localization efficiencies. In early September, we opened the translation ‘black-box’ and heard from LOGOS, Multilingual Language Service Solutions Company (www.logos.net). Carlotta Bulgarelli and Diana Ballard from LOGOS […]

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[Guest Post] “Digital Reality – Escape to a Virtual World or Explore an Augmented Culture?”, by Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo

Guest blog post by Neus Lorenzo and Ray Gallon A simple call to action … Rate from one to ten: How real are Angry Birds? Is Second Life a place? Is LinkedIn your new counselor? Fill out our survey and register for our September 24, 2014 webinar on Digital Reality. How “real” is digital reality? […]

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[Guest Post] “Internet of Things: Expensive Luxury for the Rich or More Sustainable Equity for All?”, by Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo

Introduction: In this first of four blogs, Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo of the Transformation Society previews issues to be covered in an upcoming July 10 webinar, “Internet of Things:  Luxury for the Rich or Sustainable Equity for All?” You may register for this event here: Sess 1) Internet of Things: Luxury for the Rich […]

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