Get to know us!
Students and instructors alike have wondered about the unidentified technical writers that answer student emails and help students to craft awesome repair guides. Are they robots? Elves? Highly trained marmosets? At great personal peril, we broke into the classified personnel files to find you some answers. We hope these details help provide some insight into our technical writing staff, as our security clearance has probably been revoked.
Code Name: Miss Direction
Superpower: Card-carrying member of the Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Arch nemesis: Bananas
Favorite Guide: Nexus Q teardown!
“I was contacted through my breakfast cereal, and then it was confirmed to me by the Cosmic Fish that I am definitely from outer space.”
Code Name: Photobomb
Superpower: Thrift Shopping
Arch nemesis: Bad pizza
Favorite Guide: MacBook Pro 13” Retina Display Late 2012 because kittens!
“Is a hippopotamus a hippopotamus or just a really cool opatamus?”
Code Name: Martypants
Superpower: Classy chromatic socks
Arch Nemesis: Ennui
Favorite Guide: Bike Maintenance
“Living breathing email.”
Code Name: Super Trooper
Superpower: Wielding the Triforce
Arch Nemesis: People who color outside the lines
Favorite Guide: Lightsaber Teardown
“There are doughnuts on your desk.”
Code Name: Super Slugger
Superpower: Summer Camp Counseling
Arch Nemesis: Boredom
Favorite Guide: Replacing a Baseball Bat Grip
“I planned my schedule around company lunches.”
Code Name: EDMU
Superpower: Mixed Media Collage (i.e., non-objective fragmentation)
Arch Nemesis: Country Music
Favorite Guide: Nintendogs Plush Toy Battery Pack Replacement
“I know it seems loud, but these headphones aren't closed-in headphones so the sound can leak out freely. It makes for better audio quality. Our office usually stays around 55db and I try to keep my music under 80, and with the headphones’ open design they can seem alarmingly loud.”