- when it comes to climate change we are in "the great dithering" spur.org/publications/a… no doubt scientificamerican.com/article/how-to… 3 hours ago
- want to know about smart cities? of course you do! learn here: books.scientificamerican.com/sa-ebooks/book… 7 hours ago
- @andersen @Brian_Thill duly noted. now i have to find the time... (also i owe you something already) 11 hours ago
- @Brian_Thill i like the sound of your book on waste such as "climate debris," looking forward to it 11 hours ago
- @Brian_Thill @andersen yes, also paper.li/watersecurity/… but are you suggesting i join the groundswell of journo-newsletters? ;) 11 hours ago
Category Archives: Writing
As you may know, I’m writing a book. It’s on the Anthropocene. As befits any book project, I’m staking out a website. Stay tuned!
THE RED VEINS of a certain pink petunia flower come courtesy of human DNA — the A’s, C’s, T’s, and G’s that teach a cell how to build itself. With the help of a virus, Brazilian-born Eduardo Kac was able … Continue reading
So now that I’ve settled on the classic “journey” structure (for the moment), I’m turning my attention to characters. Who’s going to populate this book of mine? And who’s going to keep readers turning pages? I’ve got folks who could … Continue reading
As I set out on this book writing project, the first (and by no means smallest) challenge to surmount is how in the world I’m going to structure a book about a bunch of misfits having a scientific argument. I … Continue reading
Humanity is now writing a new chapter in Earth’s history. The choices we make now will help set the thermostat of the entire planet for at least tens of thousands of years. If people, plants and animals don’t like the … Continue reading
As interested in readers appear to be in the Anthropocene thus far, at least, publishers… not so much. Either I’m not expressing the idea well or wittily or it’s just too darn depresssing. Onwards!