Technical Writing at NVDi...
NVDi offers a full range of technical writing services -- from feature articles to editing to manual composition, revision and review. One of our specialties is making complex subjects understandable to non-technical readers. Here are a couple of examples available on the Internet...
ALK, A Little Knowledge, is a series of columns on basic computer topics for non-technical and casual computer users. The first article discusses buying modems; the second, recently introduced, talks about choosing a new monitor. The idea here is to cover those subjects that everyone just assumes you know about when the computer manuals get written. What do you need to worry about when you buy a modem? . . .or a monitor? . . .and what can you ignore? How do you get effective tech support? How should you organize your disk so it doesn't look like a six-year-old's bedroom? How important is file backup (answer: very) and how do you go about it? ALK gives you answers to these and many other questions with a minimum of techno-babble.
consultant, I spend a lot of time telling people
"where the rocks are." Thus, the WhertRA
site. It's a central place for me to dump those little
essays I need to write from time to time. It also saves
me the trouble of rewriting the little beggars
the next time someone asks me the same question.
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