Monday, July 28, 2014
Here are this week's five new articles: two for Scientific American, two for TakePart, and one for Mother Nature Network sister site From the Grapevine:
Wild Births are Big Steps for Rare California Condors and Mexican Wolves
Somali Ostrich and 360 Other Newly Discovered Birds Added to List of Threatened Species
The Aggressive, Insatiable Asian Crazy Worm Has Invaded Wisconsin
Cheetahs Are Being Wiped Out, and Selfies Are to Blame
Universities in Connecticut and Israel team up to study clean energy
Next Monday will probably be my last weekly update here until after the move, but I will no doubt be tweeting links to any articles that go live while we're in transit. Make sure to follow me on Twitter for headlines as they happen.
Monday, July 21, 2014
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...
Monday, July 14, 2014
Let's start the linkfest with my two latest "Extinction Countdown" articles for Scientific American:
Endangered Manatees Face a New Threat: Lawsuits
Why Is Namibia Killing Its Rare Desert Elephants?
Next up, my latest wildlife and poaching articles for TakePart, as well as two explainers:
The U.K.'s Unjustifiable Plan to Kill Thousands of Its Beloved Badgers
Poachers Are Killing Thousands of African Vultures to Hide Evidence of Their Crimes
How do solar panels work?
What is a carbon footprint?
My latest article for Conservation just hit the web. It's also in their summer print issue:
Non-Toxic Flame Retardants Made from Milk
Here are three new articles for Mother Nature Network and their sister site, ReThink Israel:
Photosynthesis photographed for the first time
Butterflies change travel plans as U.K. warms
5 cool new robot inventions
And finally this week, my latest careers article for IEEE's The Institute:
Noncompete Clauses: What You Should Know
This coming week should bring one or two other new items from the publication queue, as well as all of the new stuff I'll be writing this week. Make sure to follow me on Twitter for links as they happen!
Monday, July 7, 2014
Anyway, here are this week's five new articles, written for TakePart, Mother Nature Network, and MNN's sister site, ReThink Israel:
Hipster Chimpanzees Sticking Grass in Their Ears Is the New Hot Thing
A New Weapon Against Poachers: Bitcoin
How your old cellphone could help stop illegal logging and poaching
Human evolution reveals clue to solving modern illnesses
Why do children in Israel have fewer peanut allergies?
This coming week should see a bunch of publications at those sites, plus Scientific American, The Institute, and maybe a few others. Make sure to follow me on Twitter for links as they happen!