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Blogs 2013 P3

  • 07/02/2013 -- Colorado has got it going on when it comes to hydro
    I don’t know what it is about the state of Colorado right now, but it seems every time I turn around I see news about the state and its support of or ties to hydropower.
  • 06/11/2013 -- Pastrami on Rye and the Oklahoma City Thunder
    As an editor, I have the privilege of traveling all over North America attending tradeshows, conferences, symposiums and summits, meeting many of you in the process. We talk hydropower, HydroVision, industry news, and if it’s raining, how good of a day it is for the industry.
  • 05/20/2013 -- I'm feeling a little more politically savvy these days
    Let me start out by saying that I am not a political animal. At all. I am less than fully versed in the many aspects of our political system and the political process. And I am OK with that. It is a choice I make/made. I had/have opportunities to get more educated on this topic.
  • 04/29/2013 -- Chicken Soup for the Hydropower Soul
    Those who remember NBC's Saturday Night Live of the early 1990s undoubtedly recall Al Franken, who, after serving as both a cast member and writer for the show, has since become a New York Times best-selling author, a talk show host, and, most recently, a United States Senator from Minnesota.
  • 06/04/2013 -- They Love Us, They Love Us Not
    I had a reporting professor during my first semester as a journalism major who, in an effort to teach a class of aspiring 18-year old Joseph Pulitzers not to take everything at face value, was fond of starting the year with a lecture he'd titled, "Your Mother Says She Loves You, But How Do You Really Know?"
  • 12/31/2013 -- Thirteen things I learned in 2013
    Well, it has arrived. The end of the year is here, or will be in 10 hours or so. I find Dec. 31 to be a fun day to people watch. You see people gorging on candy and sweets and guzzling their body weight in champagne, which usually tells me that they are making a New Year’s resolution to eat better and maybe join a gym…again. Then there are the others that pretend it’s any other day, planning on being in bed by 10 and looking forward to a day off in the middle of the week.
  • 12/03/2013 -- Aboriginal perspective - a recommendation
    I’ve admitted before that I came into this industry knowing very little about hydropower, and that I have been on a quest to understand not only the technical aspects of the industry but also the cultural significance and impacts of hydropower ever since.

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