INKtopia Limited owns and operates three online properties: TechWhirl, TechWhirl Jobs and TechWhirl Email Archives. All of these properties are dedicated to providing clear and concise information to business and technical communicators, and those interested in learning about the content industry.
Tech Writer Today Magazine
Tech Writer Today is a resource for technical writers in all stages of their careers. We are NPR’s Morning Edition meets Pirate Radio.
Our technical writing and technical communications features and columns cover the full ecosystem of technical communications—planning and analysis, design, user experience, content strategy, knowledge management, production and evaluation—in the full range of online and traditional media across a wide array of industries. Every month a team of writers tackle a specific topic while other authors are developing columns and industry pieces. Our aim is to provide both interesting content for the day and a good resource for writers to reference when it’s needed. Read more about Tech Writer Today Magazine >>
Tech Comm News
Tech Comm News strives to cover the vibrant and always changing technical writing community. We monitor news feeds, social media, and vendor and PR sites to bring our readers news on products, personnel, research, trends, and more … because we understand importance of keeping our community ahead of the curve. Learn more about TechWhirl’s Tech Comm News >>
Tech Comm Jobs
TechWhirl’s Tech Comm Jobs, the Job Board for technical communicator, is geared to put talented, qualified technical communications professionals of all experience levels together with the organizations who need them. Tech Comm Jobs is built by technical communicators, managed by technical communicators, and will always be for technical communicators.
In our perfect world, every Technical Communicator is working in an exciting and interesting job. They are a great fit for the organization and are providing easy to understand information to those who use their content. Our board focuses on tech comm and related fields, so if you’re trying to find an engineer, developer or accountant, we wish you luck but this isn’t your place. Learn more about TechWhirl’s Tech Comm Jobs Site >> | Submit a Job
The TECHWR-L Archives
The TECHWR-L Archives date to the very first post back in 1993, and can often answer
questions before they’re ever asked on the email discussion list. TechWhirlers average around 6 to 10 years of experience so there isn’t much they haven’t seen, and it’s recorded in the archives which number over 400,000 messages on all things technical writing. Support the 20,000 + visitors who use the TECWR-L archives to find an obscure reference, develop a great business case, troubleshoot a tool issue and research the history of this ever-changing field. Learn more about TechWhirl’s Email Archives >>
Email Discussion List
The TechWhirl Email Discussion List is more than 3,000 technical communicators asking, answering, arguing, discovering, defending and lurking around topics that matter most to technical writers.
TechWhirlers benefit from an open, 24/7 resource not hindered by company firewalls or website policies so when they ask a question, they’re certain to get an answer. The volume of emails is brisk, and advertisers will find a click-through rate nothing short of remarkable via the daily premium email and individual message/digest advertising. Subscribe to our Email Discussion Group >>