eGeek covers a wide variety of topics – the only thing that truly ties them all together is the broad scope of “technology.”
We primarily focus on what makes IT tick – be it software, hardware, or its underlying architectures – but we also branch into culture and the implications of IT as well. Below you’ll find an assortment of our works.
Minibooks and Microbooks
Selected blogs and articles
Writing for tech magazines
Meet the eGeeks
Our resident Brain-in-a-Jar™, Trevor is an accomplished technologist with over 15 years experience in information technology, from systems administrator to project manager to CTO. He is an established writer and currently pens a weekly column for The Register; one of the world’s largest online science and technology magazines, with a verified monthly readership of over 7.2 million people worldwide. In addition to his weekly column, Trevor does “deep dive” technical reviews as well as interviews with technologists from around the world and writes how-to articles for petri.co.il.
Trevor has a talent for innovative solutions and orthogonal thinking. His unique approach to solving problems has earned him a reputation as someone who can get nearly anything done, so long as it involves a computer.
Katherine has written everything from 140 character tweets to a full-length adaptation of Dracula for the stage. In her varied career she has created product descriptions, advertising copy, museum tours, educational presentations, performance pieces, memos, how-tos, FAQs, and corporate Facebook posts. If you need a new website, brochure, training manual, blog post, or anything else involving the written word, Katherine can help. Through her work with eGeek, Katherine has gained a well-deserved reputation as a copy and technical writer of some skill.
An actress by trade, she is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting as well as the holder of a drama diploma from Keyano College. Katherine is a well rounded artist; her acting has been supplemented by a strong interest in the technical and production aspects of other arts. She has taken videography courses from FAVA as well as written, produced and directed her own play at the Edmonton Fringe festival.
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