A man tends to his garden, nurturing each plant with dedication and sacrifice, only to realize that he neglected something more precious. This poignant short story, originally published in Grand View University’s literary journal Bifrost, reflects on love, loss, and the regrets that linger.
During a recent WordPress website redesign project, I was asked a very interesting question that I hadn’t given much though: What is the optimal number of tags to use on a site? Wow! I never really considered the “optimal” number of tags for a site. I would say for an individual post 5–10 would be […]
I came across a post on LinkedIn from a former grad school colleague, Philip Gallagher, with a call for submissions of cover illustrations for the Society of Technical Communicators (STC) Technical Communication journal. The theme was, “illustrations on New Horizons in Technical Communication,” which immediately led me to think AI was the only type of cover […]