The best reason to get involved with STC is that it’s a lot of fun. Check out the photos of some of our WDCB chapter antics. Check out the photos of our 2014 summit by Rachel Houghton, Rick Lippincott, and the STC office, too.
Feel normal surrounded by fellow geeks
Surrounded by technical communicators, you will finally feel normal. If you’re like me, you feel a little too nerdy to be a writer and a little too creative to be purely technical. We have lively discussions about font choice and the oxford comma. We evaluate the visual impact of white space and wax nostalgic about the smell of a new book.
Join us and feel normal.
See #TechComm rock stars in the same awkward situations as you
If you’re like me, you put your professional leaders on a pedestal. In your mind, these folks have no flaws and no worries. But when you get to know them, you’ll find out that our #TechComm superstars are real people with the same interesting quirks as the rest of us. They are nervous before making a big presentation. They get frustrated with technical difficulties. They need to take a nap or relax with a drink after it’s over.
Come meet these folks and find out that there’s room in STC for quirky folks like you and me.
Bad karaoke is funny
Singing in public is funny when you do it with your STC friends. We have lots of photos to prove it.
Even good karaoke is funny. Check out this photo of Roger Renteria doing “Hollaback Girl” at the summit.
I’d appreciate your support in the election. But more importantly, I want you to say “Yes” to STC. We need you.
Read all the posts, beginning January 5th and posting every other day, in my blog at https://viquidill.wordpress.com/
See all the slides on my slideshare account, http://www.slideshare.net/viqui_dill