Links of Interest, 2 September: Social Networks, UX, Freelancing, and More

by Kevin Cuddihy on 2 September 2011

The New York Times reports that—for the first time—more than half of all adults in the United States are using some form of social networking.  

The blog Development Block asks, “Is Working Software Enough?”  

Asking the right questions can be an important part of any technical communicator’s job. Harvard Business Review discusses the art of asking questions.  

It’s a double dip of UX, as UX Magazine asks where good UX ideas come from, while The Cooper Journal puts forth what marketing execs should know about UX

The Humanist Nerd returns after a brief summer vacation to discuss software as an information-rich environment.  

Freelancing? According to The Atlantic, you’re part of the “Industrial Revolution of our time.”  

And finally, Word Power reviews the book Spunk & Bite: A Writer’s Guide to Bold, Contemporary Style, by Arthur Plotnik.

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