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From Individualism to Holism: Paradigm Shift on the Indian Technical Writing Scene  (link broken)   (peer-reviewed)   (members only)

We are witnessing a paradigm shift towards establishing ourselves as a dynamic, progressive society, which knows its place and responsibilities within the international arena. While growing independently, we are not only paving the path for the creation of a new social order in which fresh and diverse values coexist, but are also constantly in the process of developing a harmonious relationship with each other through collaboration, rising above vested interests and conflicts.

Kudesia, Saurabh. International Journal for Technical Communication (2007). Articles>TC>Editorials>India

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Tips for Online Content Businesses in 2001

The online content industry has experienced its first real shakeout. Good! It toppled many high-profile online content venues and left others reeling, scrambling, and retrenching -- but it was absolutely necessary. 2001 should be an especially exciting and interesting year for the online content industry. The need for quality online content continues to expand with the Internet's popularity. However, the online content industry doesn't work like traditional media. Also, it has become painfully obvious that you really must have a solid business model to succeed in this field. Time to stop clinging to outdated assumptions about media, and to take a hard look at how online media really works. As food for thought, here are Amy's top tips for online content businesses in 2001.

Gahran, Amy. Contentious (2001). Design>Content Management>Editorials

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