Well it took a while,
And it’s still a work in progress …
But finally I’ve turned the corner on a “new and improved” version of Go Hydrology. Or maybe it’s the same old blog? In fact, fully embracing the “blog” element of my work was a major breakthrough event. I’d previously short of shunned the term, and in that spirit tried to turn it into more of a static website. Then came the meteor strike of the Nature Folk Movement (NFM). It not only expanded my repertoire of topics, it made me think very hard (and allowed me to experiment) on the structure of Go Hydrology. The result? The blog is now front and center with the caveat that behind it working in the background is a powerful and easy to navigate database, also known as a Table of Contents (TOC).
What exactly is the NFM? It’s a return to nature and the simplicity of its cycles, and most of all rethinking and recapturing the old traditions and values we used to adhere to prior to getting consumed in our smart phones. And thus the humble goal of Go Hydrology and the Nature Folk Movement (NFM): To connect people with the water cycle and the way we did things in that mysterious geologic epoch called Before Phones. Oh, and BTW: Beware of the Boogie Phone!
Find out more about Go Hydrology 2.0 in this podcast.