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News Flash! 11/12/2003

On Wednesday, December 10, come and join us to hear Arkady Yanishevsky of Venturi Partners to discuss how to resolve and avoid altogether disconnects between localization vendors and clients: "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You". The second meeting of the International SIG starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Lexington Inn. For more information, visit the International SIG page.

News Flash! 11/6/2003

Technical communicators concentrate their efforts on writing and production, but frequently QA is the weak link in the chain. Many of us rely on the "standard model" of documentation reviews, which amounts to a complete reliance on the hope that SME's will conduct an adequate review, find all the errors, and get their findings back to us. Rick Lippincott will present alternative methods and active plans for documentation testing, and how it benefits our profession. Wednesday, November 19, 6:30 PM at the Sheraton Lexington. Please visit the Programs page to register.

News Flash! 10/27/2003

The full issue of the September/October 2003 Boston Broadside is now available online. Come and read it now!

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