Howard’s Technical Writing Blog

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Posted by Howard Silcock on 11 February 2010

Thank you for visiting my blog.

My hope for this blog is that, if you have an interest in some aspect of technical writing, there’s at least a chance that you’ll find something here that may be of interest—either some insight into the day-to-day concerns of a technical writer, or some useful reference information, or who knows what else. I aim to avoid simply giving you my opinions or a blow-by-blow account of my daily dramas and instead to provide at least something to think about. Another reason for creating this blog was well summed up by another Australian tech writer and blogger Rhonda Bracey: to prop up a dodgy memory! I have been thinking of a number of pieces of information that might go down well here and also serve that purpose.

Of course, all these aims remain to be realised at this stage.

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