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  • Blog Post: Kristin Beck: Why a customer-first perspective is best for Web content

    Kristin Beck is the editor of Columns & Outlook Help on Office Online. When not braving the elements in Redmond, she can be found in Seattle, trying to convince her two children to eat less pasta, more vegetables. It's impossible not to notice the fact that the Web is changing how we function...
  • Blog Post: Holly Thomas: Web life for grownups

    As an editor for the Office group, Holly Thomas focuses on OneNote, Visio, and editorial (r)evolution. Her idea for this column came from a mind-bending conference on Enterprise 2.0 (how BIG BUSINESS uses social media). During her off hours she's a visual artist and writer intrigued (inspired? perplexed...
  • Blog Post: Toney Sisk: What's all this talk about Web 2.0?

    (Toney Sisk is a writer for Microsoft Office, and his focus is on Project and Project Server.) No, Web 2.0 isn't the latest software download from Microsoft. Nor is it a new "release" of the World Wide Web. With the blossoming of Web sites over the past five years that help you create and share information...
  • Blog Post: Roxanne Kenison: Loving to learn the 2.0 life

    Roxanne Kenison is a technical writer in the Office group and was first aware of Microsoft as a logo on a building next to her local Burgermaster. She laments the lack of time to pursue several hobbies, but manages to get outdoors occasionally with her husband and son, with whom she makes her home in...
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