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Hidden Traps

Hidden Traps

Genre: Non-Fiction
Tag: Published

Available August 1, 2017

There are so many different elements that go into forming an online platform, but there are many traps that writers are unaware of. Are your social media posts just links with a few disjointed words, making you look like someone who can’t complete a sentence? Were you hit with charges you never expected when you created that website? Are you leaking your personal contact details across the web without even knowing it?

Learn about many of the hidden traps of building an online writer’s platform, and how to avoid them. At the end of the day, it’s about protecting yourself and your reputation.

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Guest Blog Posts

Imaging Over Long Distances (Published: August 18, 2016) The satellite whizzes overheard, being realigned by the technician in some bunker in a secret location. After moments of clicking at the keyboard, a series of images flicker across the screen. Details of the landscape come into focus, but that detail is not enough. The technician taps the keyboard, clicks the mouse and the cameras on the satellite overhead zoom in. They’ve found him. They can see exactly what he’s wearing and the backpack he has slung across his shoulder. Oh no… The hero is now in danger. RUN, JASON BOURNE! RUN!  While Hollywood would in reality take those zooming-in shots using a hover drone, believe it or not, the concept that the movie makers are trying to portray is very real. As much as you might try and hide, you can’t; the spy satellite will see you.

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Guest Podcasts and Vlogs

Apart from my regular radio show about science, Conversations in Science on KLRN Radio, I occasionally appear on other podcasts and vlogs to talk about editing and writing, among other things.

The White Room

Editing with Dr Judy L Mohr

Selected Academic Papers

J. L. Mohr et al.: Optical turbulence profiling at Mount John University Observatory. Proc SPIE 10/2008.

J. L. Mohr, R. A. Johnston, P. L. Cottrell: Optical Turbulence Measurements and Models for Mount John University Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 08/2010.

M F Walsh et al.: First CT using Medipix3 and the MARS-CT-3 spectral scanner. Journal of Instrumentation 01/2011; 6(01):C01095.

R. Aamir et al.: Characterization of Si and CdTe sensor layers in Medipix assemblies using a microfocus x-ray source. Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC), 2011 IEEENuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC), 2011 IEEE; 10/2011

K. Rajendran et al.: Reducing beam hardening effects and metal artefacts using Medipix3RX: With applications from biomaterial science. Journal of Instrumentation 11/2013.