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OK, this is exactly what I noticed when my son & I flew last week. Although saying (truthfully) "I have a sick kid...can we get on first?" worked too.
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+David Wegmuller I didn't feel as stressed as I have on other trips but I think that was partly because I had my kid to focus my attention on. I was explaining all these different things to him, and he was trying to act grownup some of the time and was a total 7yo at other times.
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My cousin's newest album is getting rave reviews all over the place & it finally hit Google Play. It'll be the best $10 you spend in a long time.
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Digital Underground | The Humpty Dance | Muppets Version: https://youtu.be/whFc4xtSD3w
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SWIGGETY SWOOTY I KILL YOU NOW
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If you remember me sharing a link a month or two ago about a little-known Trojan condom factory, you might find this interesting too. A contrast in letters to the editor.
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+Mike Karabinos When I sent that note in, I knew it would get published. 
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I love how Godin makes my brain twitch. I want to do things when I read him.
Customer service is difficult, expensive and unpredictable. But it's a mistake to assume that any particular example is automatically either good or bad. A company might spend almost nothing on customer service but still succeed in reaching its goals. Customer...
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Get my day started every morning reading his blog. If you ever get the chance to see him speak in person, go for it. Amazing guy.
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OOOOH. This is good; chill, great vocal, & the bass in the middle is tight.
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This is what you get if your GPS tool can snag a lock while you are in an airliner. Check speed and altitude. :D
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It's called GPS Status and I've used it for 5-6 years on three different phones. It's one I've paid for out of gratitude for good functionality.
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I literally couldn't get over the first hill. I reached 29m in nuclear plant. Check out how far you go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fingersoft.hillclimb
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GAAAAAAH I want the update already!!!
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I am in love.
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Anyone in Richmond VA or surrounding area interested in a contract tech writing position? I just got a call about it...I'm not interested, but said I'd see if I could find anyone. I don't think they're looking for tele/remote work, but who knows? Details (as I received them) follow...

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Looking for someone with Technical Writing experience for a large Service Desk application implementation.  If they have any sort of past experience with Service Desk or Helpdesk technical writing, they will be an excellent fit. 
Must have strong understanding of ITIL best practices.  An ITIL certification would be ideal but not required. 
This resource will be writing manuals and processes for enterprise IT surrounding the new Service Desk implementation.  The audience will be all of Markel Corp IT, including Markel International in London as well as FirstComp in Windsor, CT.  The vendor, who was ultimately fired by Markel for performance, wrote an ITIL based manual, but it was not specific to Markel’s implementation and was at a very high level.  Looking for someone to come in and fill in the gaps of their document. 
Resource needs to understand a workflow as well as understand work instructions from an ITIL perspective.   Understanding a call flow chart is not required but nice to have. 
Jan will be responsible for Training as well, so someone with Training experience will be moved to top of the pile.

Responsible for designing, researching, writing, editing, and publishing a variety of performance support documentation deliverables including policy, procedures, processes and other documentation for learning initiatives.  These can include end-user documentation, on-line help systems, tutorials, as well as administration guides, best-practice guides, and other information-based solutions. This position will be a key point of contact for project teams and provide technical writing expertise.  Complexity of the assignments may be of higher complexity regarding new business lines, compliance or include risk management.

Duties:

-Consults on project teams to understand and recommend learning and performance support needs that have broad impact to the business or greater level of complexity.

-Serves as the technical writer point of contact on project teams and directly partners with internal client(s) to ensure agreement and support of scope and proposed deliverable(s).

-Uses structured writing methodology to scope and plan appropriate type and level of documentation required. Adheres to established learning project schedule.

-Interviews, listen and observe clients and SMEs while they perform business functions to gather information necessary to design and develop written deliverables.

-Develops and publishes deliverables using standards, processes and taxonomies.

-Performs usability testing to ensure validity of deliverables to ensure the policies, processes, procedures, and other documentation function as written.

Requirements:

-Experience in Technical Writing, Process Improvement, or a related field.

-Ability to learn new tools and processes quickly.

ITIL background is strongly preferred

Help Desk/Desktop experience/background would be very helpful. If they have written procedure manuals for Desktop Support applications would be the bullseye

Immediate need!

-Exceptional skill in creating grammatically correct text, and an ability to write accurately, succinctly, and with minimal need for editing/proofing.

-Strong Word and PowerPoint experience.

-Experience in creating single-sourced documentation (conditional text) to create output in more than one format (for example, PDF, HTML, Web).

-Experience in all aspects of planning, designing, implementing, testing, and delivering a documentation project.

-Ability to communicate technical information to non-technical audiences.

-Ability to work independently as well as being a contributing member of a cohesive development team.

-Ability to recognize and adapt to changing requirements, schedule changes, and any other challenges that might affect a project.

-Ability to adhere to a particular writing style to maintain a consistent voice across the modules of a product.

-Service Desk, Help Desk and ITIL best practices preferred but not required.
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Technical Writer
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Writing, editing, presentation design and delivery, WebEx for webinars, Articulate Studio for online course creation, basic photo editing...I do lots of stuff.
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I am the only person in the United States with this name.
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  • Rhodes College
    English, 1992 - 1996
  • Tullahoma High School
    1988 - 1992
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My favorite Target in the area. It's not the high-traffic zone that was expected (and built for) so it's never that busy, and the aisles are roomy and overall it's clean and quiet.
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