Use the word ‘updated’ in capitals and in red. The date should follow.
“UPDATED: 1 August 2010 [what you did]”
Figure: OK example – Although Peter has the right idea, he needs to think more of a global audiencehttp://blog.gfader.com/2010/06/avoid-boolean-parameters-in-method.html
Figure: Good example – its easy to see when the updates occurredhttp://blog.hinshelwood.com/archive/2010/02/10/upgrading-from-tfs-2010-beta-2-to-tfs-2010-rc.aspx
Figure: Ultimate example – Mike has gotten into the swing of thingshttp://mikefourie.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/windows-live-essentials-wave-4-betalive-sync/
You should also apply this technique to youtube videos you record.
Figure: Good Example - Following up on bug video makes it clear that the bug was fixed quickly.
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