Weekly Round-up: Confluence vs. SharePoint, Writing Aches, Hypertext as Agent of Change, and More

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Here's K15t Software's weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists.

This week's top story from Hanna Korhonen in the NorthPatrol blog: "Confluence Challenges SharePoint as an Intranet Platform"

Confluence Challenges SharePoint as an Intranet Platform

As a result of the first-ever intranet study in Finland that reveals six trends, Hanna Korhonen compares the document-focused SharePoint platform with Confluence. And she concludes: "Confluence might be the more user-friendly option." Read more

Hypertext as an Agent of Change

In a conference talk, Mandy Brown thinks about innovation, and the ways we transmit and share information today, e.g. in Wikis. She wonders: "If print gives us fixity, what does hypertext give us?" Read more

Four Approaches to Content Reuse

COPE, transclusion, asset reuse, and adaptive content – these four content reuse approaches exist, knows Michael Andrews: "By combining approaches, one can support an integrated strategy that improves both internal goals, and external goals." Read more

How to Plan for Continuous Improvement on your Intranet

"Great intranets continually improve and evolve. To effectively manage that change, you need a system." Ephraim Freed presents four steps to identify purpose, create value, think ahead, and to get support. Read more

OK, Writing Shouldn't Be So Hard …


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