Flying Cars, Soybean Fuel, and the Apple iBike

I spend a LOT of time in front of my computer between web designing and writing. I write somewhere between 10-25 articles per week.

Some of my personal favorite articles that I wrote this week were:

Which one(s) do you like?

My New Gig:

Greenwala - The Green Social Network

Have you heard of

It’s the first green social network that combines the power of community, content, commerce and convenience. They’ve been live (open to the public) since April of 2008 and have generated over 1 million page views, over 1K green videos, more than 500 eco focused events and over 4K blog and news articles.

…and I’m the newest member of the staff.

The awesome folks at Greenwala (“wala” is a slang term for person in Asia) reached out to me after seeing my work at The Fun Times Guide to Living Green,, and other places around the green media world. They invited me to become their Green Tech and Green Biz editor, and I accepted the job.

This gig isn’t in replacement to any of my other staff or freelance jobs, but in addition to everything else I do.

Because of the workload I already have on me, I’m looking for some folks that are interested in green tech and/or business to contribute 1 to 2 short articles a week. If you’re interested contact me.

What will you get for your articles? Like EcoDiva and new Greenwala Beauty and Family editor, Elena Lipson, says:

  • You will be a featured writer on Greenwala that will get promoted via our Social Media platform
  • Ability to promote yourself and what you do on a daily basis
  • Selected content to be featured in our bi-weekly newsletter
  • Earn a bonus payment for the success of your article
  • Know that your voice is being used to help make a change in the world
  • With more than 50k visits per month, your voice will be heard

So again, contact me if you’re interested in contributing. In the mean time check out all the cool features of Greenwala like the articles, petitions, contests, online store, and more.

Quote of the Day: Glass Kissin’ & Story Writin’

“Here’s to the past, they can kiss my glass.” ~ Joe Nichols, Brokenheartsville

…and a bonus quote in that same vein:

“Write drunk, edit sober.” ~Ernest Hemingway

Should you care to subject yourself to the twangy Brokenheartsville video, then here you go:


Holy Carp!

Every now and then I intend to type “holy crap” and inevitably type “holy carp” instead. Blame it on the lisdexia.

Imagine my delight when I happened upon this photo rendition of my favorite typo:

My favorite typoThanks to mkarpov08 on flickr for this great image.