Allegro Time! provides practical ideas for professional technical communicators. It will help you to assist your customers find answers in the documentation you've put so much effort into writing. Indexing topics covered include print manuals, online help keywords, single-source publishing, multimedia and the Internet.
A language newsletter, companion Web site, and job search site for copy editors. We encourage you to post jobs, look for job opportunities, view a sample issue, enhance your skills through workshops, or subscribe. When you subscribe to our bimonthly newsletter, you gain access to the current issue online, ongoing interactive opinion surveys about language trends, a reader forum, and archives of past issues.
In the old days, copy desks were shaped like horseshoes. The leader sat in the middle, or 'slot,' and was known as the 'slot man,' or 'slot' for short. (In the old days, everybody was a man.) If you're looking for more information about copy editing as a profession, this is the journal for you. You'll also find advice on how to become a copy editor.
The newsletter is intended for editors who are, or need to be, working electronically. Much of the material will be relevant to electronic editors in any field. Some of the material will be most relevant to editors in technical fields such as computing and engineering.