Well, SciWri’10 is done, and I’m heading home. But before I go, I wanted to give those of you who couldn’t attend, or who just wanted to revisit the magic, a complete roundup of links to our session.
First off, PDF versions of our slide decks:
* Amber’s amazing real-world tips for makin’ $$$ [here]
* Jeffrey’s tremendous tools [here]
* John’s mind hacks [here]
* Christopher’s results of our first ever Freelance Science Writers Survey [here]
A slidecast of our session (ie, a podcast synchronized to our slide presentation, ~65 minutes long) can be viewed here.
The NASW travel fellows’ roundup of our session is available here.
And of course, the complete meeting twitter feed (#sciwri10) is available here.
A final thanks to my copanelists, Amber Dance, Christopher Mims, and John Pavlus, for their tremendous effort over the past 10 months or so, as well as to the NASW program committee for giving us the opportunity to share our ideas with our peers. I’m looking forward to seeing you all next year!
In the meantime, let’s not lose the momentum we established in New Haven, and keep the conversation going on Freelancer Hacks.