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November 19, 2007

Announcing the Lastocean.org blog

In my last post, I told the story of meeting John Weller, an amazing guy who's part of a team that is making a great effort to make the world a better place.  The post was titled, "One last place we haven't screwed up" and it's just the beginning of the story.

I asked John how I could help, and I signed up for two jobs.  One is to help him fund some of the effort, and I'll be writing more about that soon.  The other job I took on was to help him get a blog going while the real website is under construction.  It occurred to me that there is email access even in Antarctica, so I suggested to John that he could send me updates while he's there and I would edit and post them so that people could go along on the journey via the Last Ocean blog.

I hope you'll subscribe to the blog at lastocean.org, and follow along.  John's going to be camping out in the Falkland Islands over Thanksgiving, and then he'll head on down to Antarctica.  You might remember him as you are sitting down for dinner - he and the team are doing great work.  Check out the latest at lastocean.org.

November 19, 2007 in Science | Permalink

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