Loving this later shift that gives me mornings to organize and edit photos for a new travel project.
My attempt to create a floral arrangement.
I’m excited to announce that I have taken a job with the NBC Orlando affiliate, Wesh 2 News.
When I started on this crazy journalism path a few years ago, the first place I interned was Wesh.
I worked in the middle of the night helping write scripts for the morning newscast.
This time around I will be working 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. updating the website, mobile apps and social media outlets for the station.
This new role within the Hearst Corporation will allow me to utilize my digital, social, mobile, reporting and writing experience.
If you have a story idea, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On July 19, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft looked back from the shadow of Saturn to take a picture of the ringed planet in all its glory and indeed the entire inner solar system. Knowing that the Earth would also be in the field of view — the third time that our planet has sat for its portrait from the outer solar system, Cassini’s managers asked everyone to smile. Apparently, many of us did, although you might not be able to pick yourself out of the cosmic crowd in this image released by NASA and the Cassini team on Tuesday. (via The View From Saturn - NYTimes.com)