Hello from Portland! It's been a crazy, amazing five weeks since I last posted to this blog. The tale of our journey across the country from Maine to Oregon will have to wait for another day. It was definitely an adventure.
For now, though, let's catch you up. Although I did almost no writing over the past month, several of my articles did make their way to publication. I'll start the list with my latest "Extinction Countdown" articles for Scientific American, including an out-of-character post to mark its tenth anniversary:
10 Years of Extinction Countdown: A Lot of Good in the Face of Mass Losses
Vaquita Porpoise about to Go Extinct, Only 97 Remain
100 Years Ago Today (a brief post about the centennial of the extinction of the passenger pigeon)
What was Battle of the Frogs?
Changing topics completely, here's my latest careers-oriented article for Today's Engineer:
Why Copyright Still Matters to Today's Tech Pros
And finally, here's a new article for IEEE's The Institute:
Worldwide Celebrations to Mark IEEE Day
I think that's everything I had in the pipeline. But there will be lots more coming soon. I'm back behind the keyboard and I have plenty of stories to tell. Stay tuned for more links next Monday!