Despite having studied computer science and finance, I have always been fascinated by the written word. While I know elementary coding and project management, I know much more about writing on any topic and issue.
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My knowledge base has been strengthened by my extensive reading, as well as my professional stints as Editor at a Weekly magazine, and writing Academic papers for a fee.
I specialize in research based articles, while my wide-ranging vocabulary and strong grasp of grammatical rules ensure that the works are perfectly structured...
Jan 23, 2010|Article Writing|$0|Working
I have worked mostly as a free-lance worker, developing websites working in several computer languages. But a greater chunk of my income stream have been through content development of the same websites, as well as Editing newsletters and also being responsible for their design and layout.
I have produced a fortnightly 4-page newsletter for a global textile company for a year period, often developing content without any input from the company.
Similarly, I have written papers for students of undergrad up to those pursuing a PhD., on subjects including from Finance, International Relations, Literature, Mass Communication, Advertising, Marketing, Philosophy, Computer Science, et al. You name it, and I will write it.
For me, writing is as fascinating is conjuring a bunny out of a hat. I will glad to serve as your Houdini - who has much greater love for his skill (he never referred to it as magic) than the remuneration, while it will contain the flamboyance of Guicomo Cassanova, and the spiritual insights of Gurdijeff. Often though, I can be critical and nihilistic in the spirit of Neitzsche. But if I am not maintaining a Kafkaesque silence, then you can be assured that its Kundera-inspired elation and your work will be similarly lyrical.
Wed Content Development - my eclectic interests ensures building a mountain of insanely arcane, assiduously crafted verbiage appear more intelligent than Kant's Critique of Pure Reason or Wittgenstein's Tractus that explores the limits...
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