Jeremy Schwartz

Content Marketing Manager, MediaPro LLC

Newspaper reporter turned marketing content writer with a passion for science and technology. Now writing for a Seattle-area-based e-learning company focusing on IT security, privacy and compliance education and awareness.

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Portfolio

Personal Essays

Medium

The Voice of A Bird

Walking to work not too long ago, I was stopped in my tracks by the sound of a chickadee. A black-capped chickadee to be precise. The air was quiet and crisp as the still-rising...

Medium

Falcons v. Seahawks: Which Bird Would Win?

Living in Seattle as I do, it's hard to get away from the Seattle Seahawks during football season. The team's particular shades of blue and green hang from high rises and...

Medium

Same Bricks, Different Angle: Rediscovering a Love of Lego

"What's the matter?" she asked. "Oh, nothing really," I replied, though we both knew as soon as the words came out that that wasn't true.

MediaPro Work

MediaPro

How to Get the Most Out of Simulated Phishing Campaigns | MediaPro

Someday, maybe on a day just like today, your employees will get a phishing email. The sheer number of such emails zipping around cyberspace guarantees this. Analysts from the...

MediaPro

Time for HIPAA Compliance to Meet Security Awareness? | MediaPro

When it comes to HIPAA violations, the federal government does not mess around. A recent case in point: The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Civil Rights...

MediaPro

Phishing Ad Nauseam: Is Getting Hooked a Symptom of a Larger Problem? | MediaPro

Phishing attacks have long since evolved from the beleaguered requests of a Nigerian prince, and are by no means going away.

Genelex Work

PGx In Practice Blog

Genelex associate lab director follows passion for pharmacogenetics

As a 12 year-old-boy in India, Ranjit Thirumaran, M.Pharm, PhD, saw the toll adverse drug reactions can take firsthand.

PGx In Practice Blog

Case Report: Boy becomes comatose after painkiller treatment

One day after a 5½-year-old boy was released from the hospital for a routine tonsillectomy, he was comatose in the ER.

Newspaper Work

Peninsula Daily News

Photographer on 'treasure hunt' for flowers unique to Olympic Mountains

Douglas Houck is on a treasure hunt in the Olympic Mountains.

Peninsula Daily News

Mysterious affliction causing 'horror show' among sea stars on Olympic Peninsula coast

Something mysterious is eating its way through sea stars along the coast of Olympic National Park.

Peninsula Daily News

Love of environment runs through Peninsula man's life

For Jerry Freilich, it all started when he was a child.