As I’d noted earlier, I’ll be writing an occasional blog for The Atlantic on business trends.
As noted earlier, I wrote a piece for The Atlantic, using Google Maps.
It was a highly complex project and difficult to execute–I wrote pithy listings for some 125 spots all over the world. I also provided the client with Google map locations and art work (I volunteered for that, a bit to my shame).
It damned near killed me (there were many, many sleepless nights while I worked on this project), but the results look great. And it’s a popular feature, too!
Still busy posting for The Atlantic, and now have my own page, here
For the next few weeks, I’ll be blogging for The Atlantic on environmental issues.
So far, the favorite thing I’ve written about is the “sky farm”–a skyscraper that’s filled with crops, not people. They can grow enough in one of those things to feed 40,000 people. This one is a great gig.