On An Overgrown Path is not really a conventional blog. It is an arts and music magazine that uses remixed blogging software to provide push-button publishing.
Remixing is a recurring theme on the Path, so I was fascinated to find the same blogging software being used to publish an online novel.
My recent article The Winter's Tale was about nuclear accidents. James Aach has worked in the American nuclear power industry for twenty years, and he has investigated numerous equipment malfunctions and emergency reactor shutdowns. His work has touched on reactor physics, public evacuation planning and the Chernobyl (photo above) and Three Mile Island accidents.
James Aach is publishing Rad Decision online using blogging software. The novel tells the story of the people and machinery that make up a nuclear power plant. It includes an overview of how electricity is made, and takes an inside look at how a nuclear plant operates, including the financial and political pressures. From this starting point Rad Decision takes the reader into a nuclear accident in the making.
Rad Decision is a fascinating exercise in remixing the conventional publishing process, and it tells a very worthwhile story as well. It could offer a new publishing model, follow this link to find out more and to start reading.
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