I was doing my daily check of my website logs this morning, and I am very pleased my colleague Joseph Kerski recieved my print in the mail! I can tell he liked it because he sent my link to some of his friends. In the end, I recieved 10 hits from various USGS employees. That’s definitely the most hits I’ve recieved from one government agency in one day! I wonder who else will check out my work today? I’ll definitely find out tomorrow. Last night I added some content to my design & video pages, and most importantly I included a link to my most recent project, www.GeoSpatialArt.com.
Well tomorrow has come and there have been 23 more USGS visits :-) Including someone from NORAD & someone from DHS. I hope you have enjoyed your visit!
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