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Readability tests

I once had a colleague/SME asking me if I used readability tests for checking the technical documentation. “Something like Flesch-Kincaid” he said. I had no idea what he was talking about. It sounded sinister with the name ‘Flesch-Kincaid’ and I … Continue reading

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Strunk and White review by Geoffrey K. Pullum

A brillaint review of Strunk and White can be found here. CalledĀ 50 Years of Stupid Grammar AdviceĀ the author, Geoffrey K. Pullum, pulls no punches. He dissects Elements of Style and shows its many wayward and plainly wrong advice. It also … Continue reading

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Future work environment

Is this how you sit at your workstation? You have probably had some ergonomic consultation if you work for a large company and have been told about the best way to sit when working. But, how is this picture changing? … Continue reading

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