The great deserted blog
Date: Jan 15th, 2009 7:16:50 pm - Subscribe
Today's Writing Project: .mobi/.tv 2008 domain sales *and* an academic book review
Dear gawd, I meant to keep this up when I started it and then life just took over. So, I'm psuedo back. I'm trying to keep up my Model Mayhem and MySpace accounts now, too. I get to the Facebook about once a month. LOL But so few folks use it. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.
Ah. Take a deep breath. Now blog.
One conference down, one to go...
Date: Apr 6th, 2008 11:18:04 pm - Subscribe
Today's Writing Project: I'm juggling six.
Last week I presented at the national conference of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Memphis, TN. This is most notable because I, nor my research partner, are anthropologists. I'm a hazardist in the field of geography/urban planning, and my research partner, Ilan, is a hazardist in the field of environmental engineering. The presentation went well and we're now beginning work on a paper. Two weeks from now will find me in Boston, MA for the national conference of the Association of American Geographers, making another presentation. Yes, it is my plan in life to type so much on my laptop that I wear the letters right off the keys.
Catching up on it all!
Date: Mar 1st, 2008 11:28:38 am - Subscribe
The edits to the presentation/paper for the AAG are in the works! The presentation/paper for the SFAA is in the works. The survey for the SFAA project is nearly done. So is the survey for Reva Financial Corp. *pant, pant* I'm done with one of four articles I owe RFC, but the other three are already started. I've got coffee, a 100 Mbps connection, and a sunny, warm day. What more could a person ask for? Okay, a fresh box of Kleenex for my sniffles. LOL
Head... above... water... is... good.
Date: Feb 25th, 2008 9:18:51 pm - Subscribe
Today's Writing Project: Reviews of Project Free TV and Watchfilms.com
So, okay, my day-to-day business is as a consultant, developing emergency response and natural hazards plans for businesses and municipalities. Writing has always been done "on the side." Lately though, the assignments in both areas have been about equal, and I'm happy to say that I have more projects than I know what to do with.
The downside of this was last week when one of my dear friends, and a consulting client from the start, had an emergency at his business. That translated to me putting all writing on hold in order to manage everything else. I'm fighting to get caught up and writing two articles a day. Cross your fingers for me, because I really need to have my head above water before I have to go do field work for a research project in Picher, OK. Um, that's probably going to be next week since I'm also house sitting for my best friend until Friday.
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