A series of avalanches thundered down the sides of coastal mountains near Juneau, Alaska, early in the morning on April 16. No people were hurt—not directly. But the avalanches took out several...
column, beginning Oct. 15. However, it is quite possible that I may make an occasional appearance from time to time, either in this slot or in a new kind of column or publication.
Of course, Richard should be no stranger to Fortnightly readers. He appeared in print just last month with interviews and analysis on the financial outlook for electric generation (".) He contributed numerous other feature articles in 1999 and 2000. Please extend a warm welcome to Richard as he settles into the job.
As for me, I thank you for giving me seven thrilling years in a very demanding job. I plan to stay on with the Fortnightly as editor-in-chief, but also make time to invent a new professional life in the realm of energy regulation and trade press journalism. Above all, I still think of myself always as a student-always wanting to learn more about this business and to share with you the thrill of discovery.
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