Vote for the New Media Awards

This is a duplicate of the post on the Atlanta STC site.

And the nominees are . . .

The Atlanta STC Chapter is hosting its first New Media Awards in an effort to promote new media in our profession. We solicited nominations in three categories: blog posts, videos, and podcasts. The only requirement was that nominations had to be related to technical communication in some way.

Now it’s your turn to vote.

In the Podcast category, we have four nominees:

Prioritizing for the Reader By Harry Miller, 3:17 minutes

Is Technical Writing Boring? By Tom Johnson and Heidi Hansen, 22 minutes

Six Tips for Effective E-mail By George Hayhoe, 5:04 minutes

Technical Communications and India By Scott Nesbitt and Aaron Davis, 18:29 minutes

The Technical Communication Blog Post nominees are:

Can help authors afford to ignore Google?
From HelpScribe by Craig Haiss, March 7, 2008

The technical writer’s resume – a view from the other side of the desk
From Technical Writer, September 30, 2006

Technical Writing in Transition
From User Advocacy, by Chris Borokowski, November 20, 2007

Encyclopedias do not user assistance make
From User Assistance by Mike Hughes, July 16, 2007

In the video category, the nominees are in two categories this year: Comedy and Technical Information and Instrution. You can watch the videos below.

Click this link to cast your vote!!

Comedy nominees

The First Help Desk Call

PC vs. Mac: Music

Technical Writer Song

Technical Information and Instruction nominees

Web 2.0 The Machine is Us/ing Us

RSS in Plain English

Information R/Evolution

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