Writing useful and compelling digital copy is not an act of magic or divine intervention, and it's certainly not a feature of your word processor or content management system. Scott believes anyone can--and everyone should--develop a personal process to make writing easier, more enjoyable, and more successful.
Scott's presentation breaks the unwieldy concept of "writing" down into four phases: thinking, composing, editing, and finishing. He'll demonstrate tools for managing each component and teach you when and how to use them. Add your favorite software and techniques to a personal toolbox and leave prepared to do great work on your next writing assignment.
This presentation was delivered at Web 2013 at Penn State University. Additional annotations have been added for context.