Who are you?

Dear Reader,

Firstly, thank you for taking the time to stop by and read my paltry contributions. Thing is, I was wondering if you could do me a small favour, it really shouldn’t take too long.

Could you possibly leave a comment on this post, and let me know where you are from?

That’d be great!

Of course, feel free to heap praise on me and this humble blog if you so wish, but, really, all I’m looking for is to try and capture the people who read this blog and are willing to comment.

Yours in appreciation and thanks,



  1. For some reason I only started paying attention to this blog a couple of weeks ago, which is why I haven’t commented here yet. But I’m reading and interested.

  2. Now I’m in London, UK, but I started reading you in Moscow, Russia.

  3. Technical Writer/QA Analyst working out of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US.

  4. Technical Writer working out of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, US.

  5. Technical writer from Pune, India. A loyal reader of your blog.

  6. Technical Communicator and Usability Analyst, and I have recently migrated to UK (Croydon) from Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur).

  7. Team leader for a 10-person tech pubs team in the south of Sweden. I’m Irish, but have lived and worked here since 2001.

  8. I’m a technical writer out of Ramat Gan, Israel.
    I work in the computer industry (EMC RecoverPoint).
    I subscribe to your RSS feeds using Google Reader.

  9. Wow!

    Thanks to everyone who has left a comment so far. You’ll all make it (first names and locations only) onto a slide for a presentation I’ll be giving in September.

  10. I’m a long-time technical writer/editor originally from the Chicago area, living in the Atlanta area since 1990. I found your blog on a list of technical writers’ blogs, but I can’t remember where I originally found that list. As the ones I read regularly refer to other bloggers, I add them, and my list keeps growing and branching out in new directions.

  11. Another reader (and sometimes commenter) from Toronto, Canada. Aaron, my business partner, also checks out this blog regularly.

  12. I’m a software technical author based in in the Chiltern hills of SE England.

  13. Technical Author from Staffordshire, UK.

    I came across the blog while researching Author-IT and DITA on the web, and now check back regularly. My new employer has no system or process for capturing documentation, so I’m up to my arms in the Web trying to find a suitable solution.

  14. Course author, writing developer training courses and the occasional API doc. Oxfordshire, England.

  15. Sowmya,from India

    Technical Writer since 2004, been called all other names (content writer, tech pubs, Product information analyst etc..)except a technical writer. I follow Tom Johnson’s posts and I found your post in one of his trackbacks.

  16. I am Shweta, Tech Writer, India. I follow your blog, never commented before. 🙂

  17. Why don’t you allow website address’s to be added (for those who wish, of course) – then perhaps we can see, and greet… this community of interested – and perhaps interesting – people.

  18. David, if you someone provides a link to their website, it is automatically linked to from their name in their comment.

    But yes, it’s a bit hidden really. I’ll see what I can do to change that.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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