Monday, May 13, 2013

How to be a consultant and ten more new articles

If it's Monday, it must be time for another list of links to my articles from the previous week. And what a bunch of articles they were!

I'm going to break tradition and start this week's list with my latest careers articles, the first of which comes your way from The Institute. This contains some great advice for anyone running their own business or consultation practice:

Building a Better Consulting Practice

Next up, another career-oriented piece, this time from Today's Engineer:

What Makes a Good STEM Mentor?

Now we get to my usual Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:

How Poachers Stole 10 Percent of an Entire Tortoise Species…and What Happened Next

The 5 Most Endangered Canine Species

Massacred Elephants, Found Frogs and Other Links from the Brink

And finally, here are several articles for Mother Nature Network:

Oil and fracking booms creating housing busts

Solar industry is evolving — and experiencing growing pains

Al Gore reportedly now worth more than $200 million, called 'Romney-Rich' by Bloomberg

Fracking is draining water resources, especially in the West

Launch of the Nautilus: New magazine aims to be 'a New Yorker version of Scientific American'

Man survived being swallowed by a hippo

More to come!

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