I find creative writing and audio production so much fun because you can literally do anything you want when it’s your own project. It is even more rewarding when you can collaborate with a group of people that are equally enthused about the project you are working on. I have been fortunate to have been involved in both.
Listed below are projects that I have writing credits for and also provided technical audio assistance.
- Teach Yourself WordPress 3 in 10 Minutes – (2009 -2010)
Sams Teach Yourself WordPress in 10 Minutes gives you straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through its 10-minute lessons, you’ll learn everything you need to build great blogs with WordPress and WordPress.org, and reach any audience by web browser, RSS, or cell phone!
- Technorama (Podcast) – (2005 – current)
Over the years (starting in 2005) I have written lots sketches and skits for our Podcast as well as my co-host Chuck Tomasi, I can’t take all the credit. We have written intros, promos, and comedy bits for the show. The link above will take you to our “Promote Us” page with promos.
- A Geek Christmas Story – (2009)
“Mattie Stevens, a young boy of the early 80′s, dreams of owning a Commodore 64. He sets out to convince everyone this is the perfect gift. But, along the way runs into opposition from his parents and everyone around him including old Santa Claus”
Written By: Kreg Steppe and Douglas E. Welch
This Halloween Spam can effect your network in more ways than you know…What secrets lurk in YOUR server room?
Santa is trying something different this year and is enlisting all the elves to create a new Massive Multiplayer Online Game for all the girls and boys. Demos have gotten tough reviews and there is a lot of work to be done before Christmas.
Lucky the Reindeer and his friend and Elf, Herbert, Leave Santa’s Workshop out of frustration because they feel like they don’t fit in and are not included in the round of development. Heading out to look for the one place that will accept a geek for who he really is, they travel in search of the Island of Misfit Geeks.
Will they find the Island? Will Santa be good to his word and get a good game out in time for Christmas?
Written by: Kreg Steppe and Douglas E. Welch
The last thing you want to do is respond to a server problem on a cold, stormy night… especially if it’s Halloween.
Friends in Tech presents, The Server Room of Horrors.
What secrets lurk in YOUR server room?
With his old friend Steve Marley and 3 ghosts of Tech Christmas past in tow, Scrooge is confronted with the decisions he is making and the life that he has had before…
Written by: Kreg Steppe, Douglas Welch and George Starcher