Curt specializes in:
. copywriting for clients in the IT services field
. writing instructional pieces that promote the value of:
-- the Cloud
-- virtualization of services across computer platforms (Windows, Mac OS, Unix)
. Travel writing for clients looking to attract visitors in the vacation industry
. Mac hardware and software
. Microsoft Office computer applications -- tips and tricks
. Sports writing -- college and pro football, basketball and baseball
. Government and politics. (Political views are right of center with no political party affiliation)
. Education methods, trends and philosophies, with a focus on student-centered learning.
. Federal Income Tax provisions and advice
. Linguistics (English and Spanish grammar and translation.)
. Human resource management
. Medical administration and privacy
. Home security automation
Innovations in automation technology and the "Internet of Things" top Curt's wide attention span. When he is away from his beloved Mac pro desktop, Curt's outdoor interests are focused on daily exercise classes at the local recreation center and hiking in the Rocky Mountain foothills (weather permitting, but never in winter). During those snowy indoor periods, Curt's main passion is freelance writing for Writer Access clients.
Curt completed his degree after leaving the U.S. Navy while working full time at a California community college. His course work was equal parts of sociology, psychology and American History. He wrote over 50 term papers and graduated with a 4.0 average.
Curt has many years' of experience in computer technology. He is an expert in Windows and Mac OSX operating systems and software. He has written blogs and short articles for dozens of clients, who have posted his work on their websites.
Whether you're looking for a quick summary on a trending technology issue or a piece to attract readers to your site, Curt has the talent and experience to present complex technology in terms that everyone can understand.
As technology takes over repetitive human tasks, we are faced with retooling human skills as well as trying to understand what all that technology means. Curt has written extensively on all facets of this subject, including computers, health care, and cyber security. Curt combines great writing skill with an ability to synthesize dense technological information and present it to a nontechnical audience.
Curt has written over 40 articles on the latest IRS tax rules. His most recent work has been for a web content service provider as a freelance contributor.
Curt complied, evaluated and summarized extensive Nursing student survey results for each semester. Project encompassed programming a Microsoft Access database that averaged survey inputs and extracted qualitative remarks from each student. Survey product consisted of summations, graphs and overall assessments of Nursing Division students' level of satisfaction, recommendations for instructional development (including gripes, etc.).
Curt is a retired nursing education program specialist. He served as a Nursing division administrative manager and grant manager. His work for Writer Access includes 25 articles and blogs on nursing as a career, as well as pieces on privacy regulations.
Curt has written several evaluations and analyses of commercial computer software. His work is from the end-user point of view with a focus on helping the layman understand the software's applicability and usefulness.
If you're looking for fast, well-researched and nicely written web contents -- blogs of any length -- you'll like Curt's work. His most recent contributions have been as a freelance blogger for a national web content provider, where he has contributed hundreds of pieces to a growing list of satisfied clients.
Curt has authored 14 White Papers for Writer Access on the subjects ranging from computer technology, education, natural disaster preparedness, and finance.
Whether you're looking for newsletter or promotional email content, Curt can capture the right tone and write just the right content to delight your readers. His engaging writing style eschews the stodgy and embraces humor you'll find refreshing.