Tech startups looking to make it big need to catch the eye of the nerdy consumers, and apparently the best way to do that is through good technical documentation. Clean and easy-to-read documentation is important across all levels of skill. Those without much technical knowledge will appreciate a well-written “getting started” guide, while those looking to use a product in-depth will praise a great writeup of the nitty gritty details.
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With drug overdose deaths on the rise, authorities are attempting to curb the epidemic by tracking and sharing information in real time. In one unique effort, a nonprofit in New York City is using drug-testing equipment and stamping or marking habits of dealers to identify drug batches that may endanger users. Other approaches are also being used, such as monitoring drug-related chatter on Reddit and analyzing local wastewater for opioid and other drug levels. With the combination of these efforts, researchers hope to put a dent in the opioid crisis and reduce overdose deaths. Read full article here