Just a reminder. Registration closes Sunday, February 8, 2009.

Karen L. Zorn
ZornTech LLC
President, STC Phoenix

    Leveraging Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing in Technical Communication
    with Adobe Software

In today's Web 2.0 world, the Internet has connected all of us and 
consumer experiences have become richer than ever with access to dynamic 
and interactive information and its unlikely people will ever be 
satisfied with anything else and that includes technical information.

Working is no longer a solo experience, but rather a social one, which 
means that peer collaboration and real-time screen sharing, for example, 
are now essential. This virtual meeting will provide an Adobe technology 
update and demonstrate how the Adobe Technical Communication Suite 
leverages various innovative Adobe technologies, such as Adobe AIR, 
Acrobat Collaboration tools and our new Cloud Computing story to enable 
Technical Communicators to redefine the way they communicate. Don't miss it!

      About the Presenter, RJ Jacquez

RJ Jacquez is a Senior Product Evangelist at Adobe Systems for Technical 
Communication and eLearning. With over fifteen years of experience, 
Jacquez is instrumental in addressing customer requirements and market 
trends in future releases of Adobe applications. Before joining Adobe, 
Jacquez was the VP of Technology at Quadralay Corporation and Product 
Manager at eHelp Corporation where he spearheaded the development of an 
innovative software application, RoboHelp for FrameMaker, which extended 
FrameMaker's publishing capabilities. In addition, RJ was a Senior 
Product Evangelist for Macromedia, Inc., where he promoted both 
Captivate and RoboHelp.

RJ is an active blogger at http://blogs.adobe.com/rjacquez 
and has lectured extensively on various topics, including 
single-sourcing, ePublishing, eLearning, Delivering Richer Technical 
Documents, Help Authoring, XML, DITA, S1000D and SPL.

      Virtual Meeting Details

*Cost*: $10, PayPal only
*Event Date/Time:* 5 p.m. MST (Arizona, GMT -7) Tuesday, February 10, 2009
*Registration Deadline: *Noon, Sunday February 8, 2009

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