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Mark Baker
Author, Every Page is Page One, Structured Writing:Rhetoric and Process
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Mark Baker 2 h
"The aim of this book is to show you how you can use structured writing techniques to develop the partitioning that is optimal for your organization, not to recommend one form of partitioning over another." Structured Writing: Rhetoric and Process
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Mark Baker 23 h
Tension, texture, and tenderness, thoughts towards a theory of story
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Mark Baker 17 ene.
"There is no magic elixir that will make the complexity of your content processes disappear, and adopting this year’s gotta-have-it content technology will not magically put all your complexity into the right buckets."
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Mark Baker 16 ene.
En respuesta a @straygoat
How about these: "Rhetoric without substance lacks value. Substance without rhetoric hides value. Substance plus rhetoric unlocks value." or "Process is all about repetition." :-)
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Mark Baker 16 ene.
In many organizations, current tools and processes fail to assign each part of the complexity of content creation to the person or process with the best combination of knowledge, skills and resources to handle it. Structured Writing: Process and Rhetoric
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Mark Baker 15 ene.
The only product of the content process is rhetoric. All content problems are rhetoric problems and all rhetoric problems are the result of process problems. Structured Writing: Process and Rhetoric
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Books and Wine 14 ene.
Give this kid a job
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EFF 14 ene.
This is a crucial moment for those in the EU to stop and —votes in the coming weeks will determine whether huge swaths of online expression will be subject to mass, arbitrary control. Here's what you can do today to help:
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Mark Baker 14 ene.
En respuesta a @ellispratt
Ah, but what if the government has the same idea?
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Mark Baker 14 ene.
En respuesta a @straygoat
But my take is not new. It is actually one of earliest approaches to be developed, but has been somewhat eclipsed by more packaged approaches that more closely resemble familiar WYSIWYG tools. The book discusses it to complete the spectrum of methods.
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Mark Baker 14 ene.
En respuesta a @straygoat
Both. It is designed to describe the spectrum of structured writing methods in a tool-neutral way and to show where current systems fit on the spectrum. The aim is to help people understand where the system they are considering fits.
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Mark Baker 14 ene.
"Content management is the management of rhetoric. Content strategy is the strategy of rhetoric. The content process is the process of creating, managing, and delivering rhetoric." Structured Writing: Process and Rhetoric
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Mark Baker 14 ene.
En respuesta a @MudblodCatholic
Since we don't use spelling but context to distinguish nouns and verbs in these cases, no and no. Frustrated that these archaic spelling anomalies persist? Mildly.
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Steve Padilla 13 ene.
“I like reading great books not because I’m hoping to imitate them but because I want to remind myself how good you have to be to be any good at all.” Edmund White
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Mark Baker 12 ene.
En respuesta a @chickendrivers
Thanks, but we already finished the trip last June. I'm just now getting the diary and the photos together to tell the story.
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Mark Baker 11 ene.
En respuesta a @ellispratt @scribblingfox
No. Yes.
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Mark Baker 11 ene.
En respuesta a @ellispratt @scribblingfox
No, no, yes, no. Alternate: Write the docs.
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Mark Baker 10 ene.
En respuesta a @ellispratt @arh
You could try using Hindenburg, but be aware that it is prone to halt and catch fire.
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Mark Baker 9 ene.
Grand Tour 1: Chicago to Bloomington Our grand tour starts on .
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Mark Baker 9 ene.
En respuesta a @JaneFriedman
Speculation: Growth of long tail niche publishing means more people getting published but serving very small niche markets that don't generate a lot of sales. Publishers can now afford to serve those markets, but less $ in it for individual authors.
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