Monday, July 21, 2014
Job Interviews, Mountain Gorillas and Reptile Robberies
But that's the future. Let's talk about the recent past. Here are my publications from this past week, starting with my latest careers article for IEEE-USA's Today's Engineer. I had a lot of fun writing this:
Tips for Effective Skype Job Interviews
Next up, two new Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:
Tiger Skins Are Like Fingerprints—Could That Help Stop Smugglers and Poachers?
Baby Mountain Gorillas Celebrated by 40,000 People in Rwanda
Sticking with animals (but getting a bit bleaker), here are this week's wildlife/poaching articles for TakePart:
Is This Polar Bear the World's Saddest Animal?
Reptile Robbery: Why Poachers Are Wiping Out Ontario’s Turtles
And finally, a newsy environmental article for Mother Nature Network:
EPA: Proposed Pebble Mine could destroy Alaskan salmon fishery
Well, that's it for today. Next week's list should be even longer. I have a ton of articles due this week and quite a few already in my editors' hands pending publication. Oh yeah, and I have a lot of packing to do. Lots and lots of packing...