Bringing out the Best

Mouth of the Gowanus Canal (Source: The Gowanus Canal is one of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States. Located in Brooklyn, NYC, this mile and a half long Canal was used as a commercial and industrial waterway for the numerous industries and businesses in the surrounding area. Large ships carrying … Continue reading Bringing out the Best

Nerdcon: Stories: A Review

At first thought, many people would not consider themselves storytellers, or even interested in stories. But as NerdCon: Stories proved to me - we are surrounded by, and are made of, stories. Conceived by Hank Green of Vlogbrothers fame, NerdCon: Stories, in short, was meant “to be a celebration of the story, and the ways we tell stories, … Continue reading Nerdcon: Stories: A Review

Any color, as long as it’s black

Last week, I had the opportunity to visit the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference 2015 (WEFTEC) down in Chicago for a day. As this was the first professional conference I have ever attended, I was looking forward to the experience and learning about the latest and greatest in Water Technology. WEFTEC is North … Continue reading Any color, as long as it’s black

How smart does a “Smart City” make us?

Thanks to the marvels of technology, we’ve managed to give life to inanimate objects. Our homes can now tell us it’s too warm, refrigerators remind us when we’re running out of eggs, and our cars can call in an emergency when we’re unable to do so. What I’m talking about is this rising phenomenon called … Continue reading How smart does a “Smart City” make us?

The Confluence: Milwaukee Transitioning into a World Water Hub

A few months ago, my brother referred me to a friend of his who was writing at article on Milwaukee, WI and it's position in the world of water. I answered a few questions and managed to get quoted in the piece. It's a great article and serves as an excellent overview of Milwaukee's many … Continue reading The Confluence: Milwaukee Transitioning into a World Water Hub