This time 'round I contributed two articles:
One Laptop per Child - from a Vision to a Global Effort (also available as a podcast)
Since its kick-off in 2005, Nicholas Negroponte's brainchild "One Laptop per Child" has come a long way - and into the classrooms of developing countries, from Kathmandu in Nepal to the Peruvian Andes.Introducing Harald Kling – Collaboration Across the Big Pond
The Erwin-Schroedinger fellow spends a 16-month research stay at the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources at the University of Arizona, working on flood prediction and the impact of land use on water resources models.I really enjoyed the process of writing these articles. Especially when finalizing the texts the feedback and input I got from other team-members and external contractors such as our copy-editor was invaluable and excelled me to produce what I consider some of my best writing to date.