Technical writing: boring or brilliant

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I always hear how good a technical communications gig can be, however, the people who are telling me that aren’t necessarily still completely relevant in that field. This leaves me wondering, is this field really still one I want to be a part of?

First I should probably clarify that while my degree’s major, convergent media, does qualify me for most tech communication positions I do have other options; in fact, that is the main reason that drove me to research which avenue would be most beneficial to pursue.

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Cerebral Palsy, state school versus public

Kirin Peters, age 7

Kirin Peters, age 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting a child with Cerebral Palsy, or C.P., into a well-funded and well equipped state school for the disabled can be difficult.

State Schools:

With disability services offered in almost every district school today is it really worth the hassle?

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Cerebral Palsy: The Tale of Kirin Peters

This is a video feature over my stepson Kirin and the affliction he suffers from, Cerebral Palsy. As a feature it is not as news oriented as some of my projects have been; and not as “loose” as some of my fun articles have been. Kirin got CP because of the negligence of hospital staff that can not be mentioned because of legal reasons. As of the date of this video, he is a thriving little boy happy and healthy in every other aspect of his life.