Friday, December 21, 2012

The weekend read

We'll need something to get through this Friday: Caffeine, for one thing, and a big pour of finds, reads and leads from my Twitterstream. Sip your way through the news that was on my menu this week:
Jobs with cream and sugar: Futures Group needs a health policy technical writer/editor...our friends at the German Marshall Fund of the United States are seeking an online communications specialist...the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research needs a illustrator...the A.J. Fletcher Foundation wants a director of online engagement...and my clients in the AAAS Office of Public Programs are looking for a senior-level writer.

Better than a Starbucks card. Really: Today's the last day to grab the $50 discount on registration for Be an Expert on Working with Experts, my January 10 workshop for communicators who work with scientists, policy wonks and other smart people. You can still register until January 3 or when all seats are filled, but the discount ends at midnight Eastern Time tonight. Are you in? I'd love to see you there, so help me save you a seat.

I hope your holidays are as warm and wonderful as a coffee drink, and that you get to linger over them with the people you love. Thanks for spending the holiday and weekend run-up with me here, as usual. Next week, you'll get a serving of the 10 most popular posts on this blog from 2012, and the very last weekend read of the year.

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