Tag Archives: Mark Hanusz

Reforestation, Google Earth Style

Here’s a very cool way to mix technology and environmental stuff, via the Google Earth Blog. (Interest declared: It’s part of the NEWtrees project, the brainchild of my publisher and friend Mark Hanusz): The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) offers you the opportunity to buy a tree which will be planted in a rainforest in Sebangau… Read More »

Podcast: Satellites and Publishers

Another in what I hope will be a more regular offering of podcasts, not merely recordings of my slot on the BBC World Service Business Daily but also interviews and other snippets that came my way in the course of my work. This week: a look at hacking into satellites, via an interview with Bellua’s… Read More »

Indonesia’s Slice of the Long Tail

It’ll be interesting to see how this kind of thing pans out: An Indonesian publishing company run by an expat American has launched a catalogue of Indonesian pop music on iTunes (declaration of interest: the guy, Mark Hanusz, is a friend of mine). Could this kind of thing change the way this kind of music is… Read More »