whats up, what it is, whats more, and what next | about rc


i recently launched a NEW BLOG for NEWS & RANDOM stuff...

what next is a mash up of
whats up, what it is, whats more,
GlobaLove Think Tank,
stuff from my inbox & more -

what next:

- and here we are.

"whats up" is now called "RC'S NUCLEAR BLOG" (instead of "news & random blog")

- launched on the day of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, i started whats up (in March of 2011) for miscellaneous news and random postings which don't fall under the photo or art & studies themes of my other two blogs ...

After the first few posts it became basically a news blog about the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe with related nuclear news and commentary - not so random anymore, and its become progressively more activist... includes links, a number of nuclear-related newsfeeds, and a videos page

SO what next is now where the miscellaneous news and random postings will land, and whats up will remain dedicated to nuclear news.

...and, of course, there are what it is, my original photography blog, and its sister whats more, my art & studies blog.

about me - rc
- i'm under construction

Artist, Photographer, Designer, Musician, Environmental Activist; Philosopher-Scientist, Hypnotherapist, Zen Student

more at whats more: about rc

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