ATMac Contributors Needed!
There's too much happening in the Mac assistive/adaptive technology world now for one person to keep up with. This is wonderful - it means there's a lot of AT out there! But it also means that ATMac needs more contributors so we can properly cover all of the Mac related AT that needs writing about.
- Are you an assistive/adaptive technology user or somebody who is closely involved with AT users - such as a teacher, integration aide, or parent?
- Are you interested in what's new and upcoming, especially in the field of assistive/adaptive technology?
- Are you willing to experiment and try new things, and then write about it afterwards?
If you are, you might be just who I'm looking for. You don't need to be a journalist or a writer or a computer tech genius - you just need to be a regular user who can write about the sort of stuff you see here.
If ATMac gets to the point of making a profit, all contributors will be paid according to the percentage of the work they do.
If you're interested in writing for ATMac on a regular or occasional basis, please contact me with your details. Which details? Just tell me the things you think are relevant to why you'd be good at writing for ATMac.
Hope to hear from you soon!
- Ricky Buchanan