Thursday, August 29, 2013

Recalculating - Our Brains

Today's post is number 700 on this blog. That's a lot of writing on my part; far more than I thought I would end up penning when this adventure began a little over 2 years ago. It's also been a lot of late nights, and countless hours mulling style and grammar - areas of expertise where I admittedly deserve something in vicinity of a "C-".

So given I've been working like a dog, and tomorrow is the start of the last holiday weekend of summer, I've decided to take a little vacation. I'm checking off the net for a brief time, only to return when it's three days into National Preparedness Month. That would be on September 3rd.

Knowing that development will be a shock to the system for at least one reader of this blog, I feel obligated to offer an article that can be contemplated for an extended period of time. Luckily, the Boston Globe recently published just such an article.  In it, you'll find the idea that the Geospatial Revolution is not only changing the way we navigate the world, it's also changing the way our brains work.
(Boston Globe, August 18, 2013)

Have a Fabulous and Safe Labor Day Weekend!

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