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Don Day
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Helping to make DITA XML practical
Helping to make DITA XML practical

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I'll be speaking with Richard Hamilton of XML Press on "DITA and Wikis" at the #LavaCon Conference on #ContentStrategy and #TechComm Management. See you in Las Vegas?

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New post in the DITA per Day blog, about situational context for visitors to your content: the linktext element.

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Just published on the revamped DITA per Day blog, a zany look at DITA's linkpool element: http://ditaperday.com/blog/the-linkpool-element/ #techcomm 

Rendering DITA in WordPress. OMG, this is fun, albeit a bit of a bumpy road.

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On June 12 I'm giving an Adobe-hosted #TechComm Webinar on #DITA Information Modeling. Lead-up post: High Octane Documents http://t.co/3UjmOoFgGi

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This article aligns so well with the "Hole in the Web Architecture" principle that drove my last year's messaging about DITA for the Web... there are reasons on both the business level and process level for considering the role of schema-guided activities in creating and delivering Web content. What I've done with DITA (my web site is all dynamically-rendered DITA content) has been done by others (do a View Source on http://skechers.com for an example of in-browser delivery). A shared structured content architecture above the silo level has huge implications for the growth of web applications and user experience with adaptive content. Jeff Eaton's article is balanced and insightful--I recommend it.

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This is what I'll be doing later today (Wednesday). Doing the science experiments that hopefully lead to new cures and world peace. Hope you can make it!
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