When the Local Government Association put up a list of public sector jargon and their alternatives a few years ago I jumped for joy. Unfortunately they have now hidden most of their web content behind a paywall. Thankfully I found the old pages on archive.org.
Here is their list. My favourites are ‘predictors of beaconicity’ and ‘mainstreaming’.
I’ve been a bit quiet over on this blog for a while as I’ve been writing a series of blog posts for the European Union on content strategy.
Here’s my first five posts:
I’m currently writing posts on government and content strategy, usability testing and content, archiving, plus key content strategy processes. I’ll link to them from here when they are live.
Here’s an interview with me about why I started the course and how it will help editors and writers.
Book yourself on the Web Content Strategy Training Course, starts 1 November 2011.
My Kindle has changed the way I read non-fiction. I can now take more than one book away with me when I’m away training.
Just back from running a course for Cambridge University Press.
One of my favourite sessions at WordCamp UK 2011.
My first WordCamp. And I didn’t really know what to expect. I was on my own – didn’t know anyone. But I found the WordCamp folks to be a lovely bunch of people.
Here’s my notes, mainly for myself so I can keep track of all the things I learned and people I thought were truly inspirational.
Looking forward to running a new course for the Publishing Training Centre later this year.
A topic many Cybermummy 2011 delegates wanted more details on…