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I have a Bachelor's of Science degree in Elementary Education. I spent 15 years working in the public schools system. My middle grade novel, "The Weirder the Better" was released in July 2011 by Black Heron Press. Since 2014 I have been working as a freelance writer. I have completed over a 1,000 articles in a wide range of subjects. I have specific writing experience in the fields of education, health, fitness, medical, and law.

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Jasmine Henry is a Seattle-based freelance writer, with specialties in technology, analytics, software, and related fields. She holds a MS degree in Informatics & Analytics, and a Graduate Certificate in Health Care Informatics from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Her work has appeared on Forbes, HP Nucleus, IBM Big Data Hub, Time, ADP Spark, Reuters, and more.

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States • Last online 8 minutes

Experienced journalist, writer, PR professional, marketing professional, and cat juggler*. Veteran content producer. *That one's not true. Yet.

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Pam S

Portland, Oregon, United States • Last online about 22 hours

Pam Sornson writes about technology, the law, parenting, and the environment, among many other subjects. Her legal background supports her comprehensive analytical skills and her compassion for humanity helps her to connect with clients on every level.

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20 years professional writing experience Former newspaper editor Familiar with best SEO practices

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The best way to find the perfect wearables content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our wearables writers:

What's the best way to lock your smartphone?

Biometric and non-biometric: What's the difference?

The term biometric refers to biological data, which can be something as accessible as a fingerprint or as intense as genetic data. For our present purposes, though, you should assume I'm referring to biometric authentication, which is the use of biological characteristics to verify your identity. But the simplest and most straightforward definition is that when you're using a biometric form of mobile security, you are your password.

For a smartphone, it works like this: when you setup biometric security, you begin by providing a biological sample that is digitized and stored as... Read More

Mezzobit: Working in a World of Big Data

Information wants to be free, the saying goes, and sharing online happens automatically many times. Sometimes that sharing is unintentional or undesirable. For businesses, customer information is usually tightly held—but on websites, that control is lost. Every website has third party "tags" embedded in pages to present advertising, to produce analytics, and for other reasons. Because they are part of the page, the third parties have access to the audience info. Once they have that access, they can do what they want with it. Sometimes they even sell it to competitors. Mezzobit helps companies regain control of the data shared... Read More

HP Announces Pavilion Next-Generation dm1

Although the last 11.6-inch HP Pavilion dm1 was released in January, HP is updating the notebook again and releasing it before the end of the year. The updated, next-generation HP Pavilion dm1 will sport a new design, Beats Audio software and a new feature of the HP Premier Experience, and the upcoming AMD E-450 dual-core processor at 1.65GHz. HP has brought the popular Pavilion dm1 to light with the slogan "mobility of a netbook and the performance of a notebook." This slogan is a reference to its lightweight construction--it only weighs 3.52 lbs--but has enough power to make even 3D... Read More

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