Book reviews for “Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate”
A number of people have written reviews of my book, Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication. The reviews are thoughtful, quirky, in-depth, and creative. I love the variety of styles. Here’s a roundup, for those who’d like to know more about the book or simply to see what people are saying about it.
The latest is a review with a difference. It’s by Randall Ward of Appfire Technologies. He has called it a “book review and wine/chocolate pairing guide“. If you’re the slightest bit interested in wine, chocolate, or wikis, you’ve got to read Randall’s post.
All reviews to date:
- Book Review and Wine/Chocolate Pairing Guide: “Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate” by Randall Ward at HotOnCollaboration.com, 31 May 2012.
- Tasting a little Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate by Scott Nesbitt at Communications from DMN, 2 May 2012.
- Must Read: Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate by Anne Gentle at Just Write Click, 26 April 2012.
- Book review: Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate by Ellis Pratt at Cherryleaf, 26 March 2012.
- New Confluence Wiki Industry-Shaker Book – by Sarah Maddox – Get it by Ellen Feaheny at AppFusions, 24 March 2012.
More reviews will probably appear after the date of this post, as people start receiving their copies of the book. To see the latest reviews, drop in on this wiki page: Book reviews and blog posts and webinars and more.
Thanks so much to everyone who has spent the time and energy writing up a review!
Posted on 2 June 2012, in book, Book reviews, confluence tech comm chocolate, technical writing and tagged book, book review, confluence tech comm chocolate, technical communication, technical documentation, technical writing. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.