Techwriting: Cultivating the Art of Communication

From Papyrus to 3D Printing

Luke Richey

Socrates Communicating with Athenian Populace

Oral Origins

Communication, in all its diverse forms, has evolved within the several past millennia, unquestionably becoming a deep-rooted tradition of human culture. Conceived in the caves of the Stone Age and mushrooming in the past century and a half, communication continues to spread across mediums and geographic lines. Now, instead of paintings draped across rocky ceilings and relying on spoken word, the phenomenon bounds towards circuits, processors and digital airspace. Continue reading Techwriting: Cultivating the Art of Communication”