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  1. [...] a recent blog posting, I wrote about my research and upcoming document on Next Generation (NextGen) Content Authoring [...]

  2. [...] the Enterprise 2.0 Age” (non-clients can see a summary of the NextGen Content Creation trends here).  Microsoft folks demonstrated to me how Word can be stretched to cover this space with a bit [...]

  3. [...] e-mailed documents. I introduced the NextGen content creation trends here (with further description here).  This is how I see the content creation environment [...]

  4. [...] you Google for providing a perfect example of the trend I call “content landmines” (see More on the Top 5 Trends for NextGen Authoring; content landmines was called “dangerous findability” at the time).  The idea is [...]

  5. [...] I wrote back in September 2008, I believe collaborative authoring is one of the top five trends for next generation authoring.  The increase in technological solutions to the challenges of dealing with multiple authors [...]


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