Our professional profile
We are always looking for new opportunities to participate in interesting and challenging communications projects, for example:
- Information creation and curation
- Content editing
- Data transcription and transformation
Our strengths are creativity, enthusiasm, reliability, and attention to detail.
Key client benefits are reasonable prices and quick, high-quality results.
Below are short descriptions of a variety of projects we have successfully completed.
5000+ catalog records at the Computer History Museum (CHM)
We’ve researched and cataloged over 5000 items (both hardware and software) at the CHM in Mountain View, California. Here is a typical catalog record.
We wrote an article for the Six Fifty e-zine about our experiences at the museum:
…and we regularly blog about our CHM museum experiences.
History of a small town in the Sierra foothills
Some years ago, when we moved to El Dorado Hills, California, we found out no history of the town existed. So we wrote it ourselves. Copies of the book are available in the Placer County library system.
Python programming curriculum
For the Pearson Charitable Foundation (Pearson plc) and the National Academy Foundation (NAF) we did a Python curriculum for high school students. The curriculum, available on the NAF website, features complete instructor lesson plans and numerous programming examples.
Documentation for technical professionals
We have written and edited numerous documents about hardware and software products, and also guides for professionals producing technical documentation.
Articles, books, and websites about family history and genealogy
On our “News from Nan” website we regularly publish blogs about family news, history, and genealogy.
We have also written and published articles and books about family history, several of which are available in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Last update: 2018apr