Tonight I'll be joining Anne of Pepper Writing in a small panel for students in the Print Futures Program, in room 1808 at Douglas College in New Westminster, B.C. I'll let Gladys We, the instructor and a former coworker of mine from Science World's opening season in 1989, explain:
The students have been thinking about weblogs and creating their own websites all semester. If you'd like to get an idea of who they are, this is their portfolio show website, which includes links to the websites that they created as their final projects, and to profiles of the students.
What I'd ask you to to think about and present on would be your own websites (how you use them to generate business or stay in touch with clients), tips and tricks for writing websites and blogs, and anything else that crosses your mind. (The session is loosely titled "your future in web writing", which could encompass pretty much anything web-related, or anything you've experienced with web work.)
As readers of this site know, it can be hard to get me to stop talking about that sort of thing, so I think I'll just wing it.