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VT native, night owl, Discovery News reporter, Sawhorse Media editor, and pro freelance journalist writing about tech, business, and sustainability.
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A laptop computer, a smart phone, a USB digital recorder, a USB transcription pedal, a paper, a mechanical pencil, and my brain.
What was your first job as a journalist?
The Burlington Free Press invited local high schoolers to report and write for a weekly Teen Page. It changed my life.
inhabitat.com — The United States' largest office supply retailer, Staples, is set to go beyond stocking regular old inkjets and paper, and will be the first mega retailer to offer 3D printers to their customers. Staples customers can already visit the e-commerce site and order 3D System's Cube 3D printer online, and by the end of June the retailer will provide the desktop 3D printers in select stores.
cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com — Looking a bit like a rocket taking flight, the spire of 1 World Trade Center was hoisted aloft on Thursday and set on a temporary platform atop the nearly completed building. When it is bolted into place at a later date, the spire will bring the building to a height of 1,776 feet.
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