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Fiona Wark2 days ago
Notes from a Site Engineer 4
Some site roles are, as mine was, primarily observational in nature. This means that you will spend very little time doing actual physical work of any kind, and an awful lot of time standing around wa...
Rob Salkowitz3 days ago
Meet the Startup Using AI to Hang Up On Bad Customer Service
For many consumers, the only thing worse than a confusing product is having to call customer service to figure it out. We all know the drill: long waits on hold, constant requests for personal informa...
Cato Conroy3 days ago
Job Interview Tips for Employers
Job interviews are tough all around, and it often takes actually having to interview people to realize how bad it can be. If you are an employer looking to hire help, or a person who's brand new to HR...
Balancing Writing and Family Life
Hello Writer, and welcome back to my life. It’s Writer Wednesday, the day I talk about the art and the business of writing, and tell you how I do what I do as an indie author. Today’s question comes from my patron Dan M., who asked for advice on the balance between writing and the rest of your life. How do you make people understand that "writing time" is work time? You often look available for other people to ask for your time for their own needs. How do you make sure you get the time you need ...
Annie Kiely4 days ago
Writers Should Work for Free
Writing for free is a contentious subject. Many writers vehemently object to any free writing requests, and with good reason. Most writers (and all creatives, really) face an onslaught of requests for...
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D.A. Baldwin4 days ago
How to Write: A Novel Based Off a Fan Fiction
The world of fan fiction is such a strange phenomenon if you really think about it. I mean, you as the writer are essentially taking things that exist—movies, shows, video games, comic books, manga an...