I have more than thirty years' experience as a technical writer in the computer industry.
I have written for both technical and non-technical audiences,
on a wide variety of products, both hardware and software.
I have published fiction, and books and articles on games.
I have a background in physical science and the history and philosophy of science.
I am qualified in New Hampshire to teach math, physics, and chemistry,
and have tutored and taught physics labs and math.
Two-page reference card for Ezenia's MxM collaboration tool.Non-technical writing:
One-page reference card for Ezenia's MxM collaboration tool.
Technical bulletin for fine-tuning Ezenia's InfoWorkSpace collaboration tool
Technical bulletin for installing .jar files for Ezenia's InfoWorkSpace collaboration tool.
Technical bulletin for silently uninstalling Ezenia's InfoWorkSpace collaboration tool.
User guide (early draft) for Ezenia's MxM collaboration tool.
Device note for installing and configuring Mercury's DLK8P circuit board.
Device note for installing and configureing Mercury's DLK18P circuit board.
Fourier transforms from the scientific algorithm library for Mercury's parallel computing operation system.
Hamming window functions from the scientific algorithm library for Mercury's parallel computing operation system.
Vector functions from Mercury's version of the VSIPL function set.
Review of the book Homo Ludens by Johan Huizinga.
Review of the book Class by Paul Fussell.
Both were written some years ago for an informal discussion forum.
I also write the Manchester Science Examiner, a public blog published by Examiner.com.
Click here for an astronomy series originally written for the blog.