Recently, I wrapped up work on A Year in Asheville, my photo blog project, a vernacular “time-capsule” that contains more than 300 images of everyday scenes shot in and around Asheville, North Carolina, between September 29, 2007 and September 29, 2008.
While I will no longer add images to the site, A Year in Asheville will remain active on the Web to serve as a permanent, online documentation of life in Asheville during that year. Also, I will soon publish a book version of the blog, which will be available in 2009. Stay tuned….
Technology & Learning recently published an article I wrote that suggests activities for school CIO’s to conduct during the “off season.”
I recently posted a question on LinkedIn asking corporate communications professionals and magazine editors what makes a great freelance writer. Here’s a synopsis of what those who hire freelance writers value: talent that has great ideas, delivers clean manuscripts on or before deadline, provides early warnings when things go wrong, and cooperates with the editing process.
Managing Automation published my article on the use of wireless networking technology in the oil and gas industry. The feature discusses the factors behind the industry's slow embrace of wireless, and explores the use of wireless networking technology and devices in a variety of oil and gas industry applications.