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    Assignment: Distilling Technical Information

    You are creating a flyer that has the goal of selling the consumer on a new technical product or service.

    ? Choose from the selection of links below to search for a technical product or service published no longer than 6 months ago.

    ? Use communication techniques to distill the content down to the most salient aspects of the product from the article and related product information sources.

    ? Create a flyer describing the product or service and its application.

    ? Refine the product's technical data using distilling techniques.
    ? Refer to the following Web sites for new technology products and services:

    o http://www.engadget.com/
    o http://hardware.slashdot.org/
    o http://www.wired.com/gadgets/

    ? Think of something that might accompany a product on display in an electronic retail store.

    ? Refer to the ERR article, "How to Talk About Technology," for communication strategies, including:

    o Pictures
    o Analogies
    o Testimonials
    o Proper organization or outline

    ? Include a note at the end of the flyer to indicate what techniques you have used to deliver the technical information to nontechnical audiences.

    ? Submit the flyer.

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    The content in the flyers is provided in the attached document.

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    The expert uses communication techniques to distill new technical information.