Category Archives: reader response

Writing and Distributing Surveys

As some of my regular readers might know, I tried to distribute a survey as part of my “Arts and Recreation on Mars” paper for Kepler Space Institute. The goal was to assess how people consumed/engaged with art or recreation … Continue reading

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Researching New Topics

Updated 7/2/2021 to fix a typo and add a few words. I haven’t talked about my class at Kepler Space Institute in a while, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to provide an update on my work there. As … Continue reading

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Bonus Post – COVID-19 Arts & Recreation Survey

Updated 22 June 2021 due to form issues. See updated link and explanation below. As many of you may know, I am currently taking a class with Kepler Space Institute regarding arts and recreation in a space setting. People living … Continue reading

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How Can I Help You?

I put these calls out from time to time, and the offer still stands: I’m happy to take posting requests or answer questions on topics of interest to my readers. Intellectually honest fellow that I am, I won’t guarantee 100% … Continue reading

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Tech Writing Questions from a High School Robotics Team, Part 2

A year ago or so, my fiction-writing buddy Ciara Knight‘s high-school-aged son sent me some questions about my career as a professional technical communicator for his FIRST Robotics  competition. This year, the Eagle Robotics team is still at it, and they … Continue reading

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