Earlier this summer, I completed a documentation project at the University of Warwick (my employer) for a web application called Tabula. The design and development teams rewrote the coursework management component, roughly a quarter of the app, from scratch. I was responsible for writing the support pages on the IT Services’ website for use by staff and students, and contributing to alpha testing. The development team releases new versions of Tabula iteratively, typically once a week.
There’s an archive of George Orwell’s essays in English and Russian language at http://www.orwell.ru/library/essays. I found the archive last week when searching for a full-text version of Politics and the English Language (1946) to re-read, which contains Orwell’s famous six rules for clear writing. These rules are touchstones for writers or editors and feature in the introduction to The Economist’s style guide. I found the essays difficult to read on a desktop browser due to the site’s typography:
Earlier this week, when sharing a post from The Perfect Twang to Facebook, I noticed that none of the post images appeared in the link preview: The lack of images is due to a missing og:image property in my post metadata. The only information I found on how to populate this property, specifically in the Icarus theme for Hugo I use for my music blog, is by Brendan Quinn.