I want to talk about learning

Recently Marcia from the Ageless Learner Blog quoted me from one of my first blog articles titled, "Talk to Me - I am the User."

The Ageless Bricoleur is the web log for the Ageless Learner crew.

Excerpts from the blog:

By the way...Rahul Prabhakar uses Rogers' quotation to open an article on his frustration with technical writing and documentation. Although off the topic of experiential learning, I found this article when I searched for other people who enjoyed the quotation and I was impressed enough with Rahul's article to introduce it here.

He writes the article as an open letter to technical writers, "There is something I must tell you upfront, lest you continue to commit the same old mistakes again and again. I am the intended recipient of your work...if I do not understand or like what you convey, I tend to feel lost, grumpy, confused, and sometimes even angry...So before I proceed, I would like you to answer these two questions for me: What makes you think I would be interested to read everything from you? Are you completely sure you know me well?" Enjoy.


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  2. Hi Rahul,

    I came across your blog from a technical writer group on yahoo that one of my team member (a TW) forwarded. I am a learning professional and do blog infrequently. But my blog has links to some interesting learning resources if you're interested to read.

    Here it goes http://road-to-learning.blogspot.com/

    I'm glad to know how actively you blog and thats a requirement from most of the fraternity as a means to actively learn from the community.

    Thats great and keep going!



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