I published this ebook for the final project of a Digital Publishing class. It is a collection of essays from my blog, by: The Common Cook.
Cover created with InDesign
Internal content created with Microsoft Word
Published with Lulu.com
TPS Time and Billing Software
"A guide to Time Entry, Due Date Tracking, and Client Logs, Lists, and Contacts."
I needed to learn a new piece of software at work and be able to teach others how to use it. I created this manual using only the tools available at the job site.
Created with Microsoft Publisher, Word, Snipping Tool, and Microsoft Paint
While editor in chief of the Rio Review (Austin Community College's literary journal) I took on the task of interviewing two visiting authors for the Q&A section. Since I am not a fan of these articles I decided to turn it into a writing exercise while still applying the traditional format of a Q&A transcript.
ACC students pitch in for Peru
"Since this program started, students have packed pencils, erasers and the odd notebook in with their own converse and jeans for the school children of Lima, Peru."
Published: The Accent, Austin Community College, April 30, 2010
Experts discuss health care at philosophy panel
"Becker ended with the resolution that humans are, by nature, moral individuals part of a whole."
Published: The Accent, Austin Community College, December 7, 2009
Taking on a Dangerous Job
"Left on its own, Texas Longhorns became wilder than other breeds...and thrived. It was 1700 pounds of strength and force. It had a horn span that could reach a massive nine feet, but was still intimidating at four."
Published: Texas Longhorn Journal, October 2008
A Mermaid. A Pond. A Business.
"A quick look around her home inspired the name and her ankle tattoo became a logo. Mermaid Waterscapes was formed."
Published: Austin Woman Magazine, July 2006
"These vintage modernizations also happen to perfectly fit Austin's tastes. Denton said, "People are wearing more vintage here. People like it if you're not a big designer."