This is a portfolio of my writing projects. For other information about my work history, please see my LinkedIn profile.
Linux Journal magazine
“Full Speed Ahead With Handbrake” (May 2010 issue). An article about Handbrake, a multi-platform program for converting DVD video (and other video formats) into computer ready video files.
“KeePassX: Keeping Your Passwords Safe” (January 2012 issue). An article about KeePassX, a multi-platform password management program.
Ubuntu User magazine
“GCstar” (issue #5, Summer 2010). An article about GCstar, a Linux program used for hobbyists to keep track of various types of collections (comic books, stamps, coins, etc.).
“Back In Time” (issue #6, Fall 2010). An article about Back In Time, a program for automated incremental hard drive backups; similar to Mac OS X’s Time Machine.
“Liferea” (issue #8, Spring 2011). An article about Liferea, an RSS newsfeed reader.
Full Circle magazine
“Browser Blogging” (issue #38, May 2010). An article about ScribeFire, a Firefox extension that allows one to write to a blog from within Firefox. Article distributed under a Creative Commons license (Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0).
“How to Turn Off Your Webcam” (July 2015). An article on turning off a Windows computer’s webcam.
I’ve edited the following WordPress documentation wiki pages:
- Taxonomy Templates, August 2014
- Categories, Tags, & Custom Taxonomies, August 2014
- Widgets, September 2014
- Advanced Theme Topics (introduction), December 2014
- Theme Functionality (introduction), December 2014
- Theme Security, January 2015
Ubuntu Community Documentation wiki
I’ve contributed to and edited the Rhythmbox documentation page (August 2010).
Linux Mint 17 Xfce post-installation guide
A guide on software to install and other tips after installing Linux Mint 17 Xfce (July 2014).
Recommended free software
A guide on recommended free and open source software alternatives to commercial software (August 2015).
Chromebook setup guide
A guide on setting up a Chromebook, as well as web-based alternatives to conventional desktop software (July 2015).