Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Press Release: DNS Made Easy Hires Author Cryn Johannsen

Many of you are aware that I was recently hired by DNS Made Easy as their senior technical writer and editor. I am pleased to share with you a public announcement about joining the team. I am so very excited about expanding my writing career with DNS Made Easy.

Here's a snippet from the press release:
DNS Made Easy Hires Author Cryn Johannsen - More Employee Expansion on the Way 
DNS Made Easy hires author Cryn Johannsen to oversee digital media operation. Steven Job, President of DNS Made Easy, also plans to expand and hire more employees in the coming weeks and months.  
Reston, VA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013 - DNS Made Easy (dnsmadeeasy.com), the leading provider of IP anycast managed, is proud to announce their most recent hire: author Cryn Johannsen has joined the company as the head writer and editor.
At DNS Made Easy, Ms. Johannsen will oversee all writing projects as well as social media marketing. Those writing projects entail all digital media operations including press releases, white papers, emails to clients, blogs about technology, business, DNS services, and fun facts. 

You can read the entire press release here.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Cryn!

I used to live in Reston until the rent got so high that I couldn't cover it along with my student loans. I lived in my car and on busses for about 10 months afterward. That's what a master's degree gets you in this country I guess!

Nice work. I support you while-heartedly in your endeavors to re establish justice!!

Cryn Johannsen said...

I am very sorry to hear that you have had to live in your car because of your student loans.

Is there any way your family can help?

This upsets me deeply.

And thanks for the congratulatory remarks.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, my family lives on the other side of the country and my parents are of the opinion that getting into debt was somehow my fault. I don't mean to be a victim, but they claimed me as a college student in their house on their taxes even though I had moved out, which disqualified me for any grants and gave them a tax break. They also didn't save up for my tuition because I was a girl and "the only reason girls go to college is to find husbands." When word that the Silver metro line was going through Reston got out, rent for my one-bedroom apartment climbed up to almost $2,000 per month. I finally found something cheaper farther out from DC but things are still tight and as more of these loans come due, I'll be in another pickle.

Thanks for caring, Cryn. Thanks for understanding and reminding me that this scam is not my fault. I followed the rules. The system failed me.