Author Archives: Bart Leahy

About Bart Leahy

Freelance Technical Writer, Science Cheerleader Event & Membership Director, and an all-around nice guy. Here to help.

Head Games to Play While Interviewing

While I make a good effort to maintain an upbeat, cheerleading tone on this blog, I’d be lying if I told you I was in a great mood all the time. This is especially true if I’ve been out of … Continue reading

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Technical Writing and the 48-Hour Film Project

Note: This post has been updated. The original post included an inoperative link. Last week I discussed my intended adventures with the 48-Hour Film Project. You can find my personal observations and photos about the experience here, but today I’ll … Continue reading

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Setting and Enforcing Personal Boundaries

Do customers get in your personal space? Do they trample on your free time or push you too hard to get extra work done or cut ethical corners? If so, you might have what my mentor D2 calls boundary issues: … Continue reading

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The 48-Hour Film Project

To try something completely different, this weekend I will be joining my friends D2 and Curt as part of the 48-Hour Film Project. It is pretty much what it sounds like: you and a group of suitably equipped creative people … Continue reading

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Day Off

Taking today off to celebrate my latest orbit around the sun. You folks have a nice day!

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Reading the Fine Print in Contracts and Solicitations

I was trying to book a quick getaway trip for this coming weekend, which led me to an online booking site. They showed a hotel deal for $327, which sounded great. However, I had to dig deeper into the application … Continue reading

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Mentoring–A New Opportunity

I recently received an email from the University of Central Florida Alumni association asking former UCF graduates to volunteer to become mentors for current UCF students in the 2018-2019 school year. While I’ve had some mentoring experience here and there … Continue reading

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