How to Feed and Care for Your Independent Contractors

How to Feed and Care for Your Independent Contractors

Close to one-third of the U.S. workforce is comprised of independent contractors. By the year 2020, this number is expected to grow to 40% of the U.S. workforce. Independent contractors have many roles, from legal consultants to software engineers to copy writers. At...
May is the Month for Anniversaries

May is the Month for Anniversaries

May is a big month for us here at Content Rules: Content Rules turns 23 years old Our partnership with The Rockley Group turns 4 years old My marriage turns 27 years old Content Rules Turns 23! It’s crazy, isn’t it? Content Rules turns 23 years old this...

Know Your T’s: Termbase versus Translation Memory

How multilingual terminology databases differ from translation memory. Translation Memory and Multilingual Terminology Management: Same Genus, Two Different Species “What is the difference between source terminology management and translation memory?” I am...
Computing in the Age of Cognitive Systems

Computing in the Age of Cognitive Systems

When I was at the Intelligent Content Conference a few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Pavan Arora of IBM Watson. I listened to him speak about Watson and talk about the enormous content opportunity we have in front of us. I found his talks (both private and...
Confessions of a DITA Virgin: Are You A DITA Virgin Too?

Confessions of a DITA Virgin: Are You A DITA Virgin Too?

My name is Tim Steele and I’m a DITA virgin. Oh, you’d never have guessed. When others talked about content models, tags, and information types, I’d nod knowingly as though I had plenty of experience myself. Listening carefully to my peers, I learned to use the words...