This is a repository for the various articles and essays I’ve written. I was, for a while, an editor and writer for the geocaching magazine, Today’s Cacher, but sometimes I write just for the fun of it. The hike page has links to my hiking trip reports, everything else is here.
Have you ever heard of Virtual Teaming? Me either. Here's a wiki page that discusses the concept. When the instructor told us we would have to write a one page "conversation starter" I raised my hand to ask what that was, specifically. We were never really given a clear answer so I asked if she had an example, you know, to conceptualize the format that she wants us to use. She got agitated and said no. So, with nothing to go on, this is what I wrote.
Starlifter Flight Engineer
This was my first essay for my English 101 class. I may use it
as a base for a longer essay someday. There's so much more to write
about, so much more to say, than one short essay could cover. I'm
not particularly fond of this essay, but I had to write it within the
constraints the teacher placed on us. A few people might recognize
the theme at the opening, it's quasi-plagiarized from Southside Johnny's
Reach Up and Touch the Sky liner notes.
A Primer on Family Radio Service
Woe is Society
The Open Carry Argument
Terrain = 5 - The Story of the Dream Lake Geocache
Geocaching - The Northwest Airlifter
This is a long article about geocaching that I wrote for the McChord
AFB newspaper, The Northwest Airlifter. It was published for the
week of 8 August 2003. Adobe Reader required-