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By Susan West on March 15, 2010
My Smithsonian pal Beth Py-Lieberman hipped me to a piece from Time magazine about Demand Media, which is … Read more.
By Michael Gold on June 16, 2009
Magazine writers and book authors: Wouldn’t you like to spend two days this summer honing your craft, learning … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on September 30, 2008
Wired.com has posted the final entry of its Storyboard blog, which followed the magazine’s design and edit staff … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on May 16, 2008
$1,500 Discount to Stanford Course We’ll be teaching again this July at the the Stanford Professional Publishing Course, … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on May 14, 2008
If your site uses a conventional, easily recognized visual scheme for text links—and it should—the words making up … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on November 16, 2007
Here are the keys to well-built paragraphs: A paragraph should have only one point. Structure a paragraph to … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on October 22, 2007
Great articles are built of great sentences. Here’s some assembly advice from a recent editing workshop we presented … Read more.
By Susan West & Michael Gold on October 10, 2007
Editor’s pop quiz: When do you use "lie" rather than "lay"? What about "capital" as opposed to "capitol"? … Read more.
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By Susan West & Michael Gold on October 4, 2007
It’s not enough to simply publish content on the Web and hope that the audience will come. You … Read more.