Web Content Write-a-Thon: March 2 in Silver Spring, MD

No, it’s not a dance-a-thon or a walk-a-thon. It won’t make you tired or give you sore feet. It’s a Web Content Write-a-Thon. Sign up for this half-day hands-on web writing workshop, and make progress on your own web content project. This Write-a-Thon isn’t a traditional class. You’ll have uninterrupted time to work on your web content, and you’ll get individual help from E-WRITE’s expert web writing instructor, Leslie O’Flahavan. Enroll by yourself or bring your colleagues. You can work on your own or in a small group.

We’re So Over It: Rereading a Snarky 1997 Magazine Article About E-WRITE

While fulfilling my New Year’s resolution to purge a filing cabinet jammed with papers, I came across a tattered photocopy of an article about E-WRITE that appeared in the “Fast Forward” feature in the February 1997 issue of Working Woman magazine. Our business was only about six months old at the time, and we were […]

Writing for the Web: Show Authors How the Sausage is Made

In October and August, I had the pleasure of teaching a day-long Writing for the Web course for the National Association of Secondary School Principals (principals.org).  Sarah Lile, NASSP’s go-getter web editor, invited me to teach and managed the course logistics.   I did my Writing for the Web thing for NASSP. I showed lots […]