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Hello water lovers,

The Waterblogged.info team is out of the office until Thursday, July 24. We’ve split for our annual team-building getaway up the California coast, where we will not talk, write, or even think about water for the entire time. (Actually, we’ll continue to drink it, and due to popular demand, shower with it.) We’ll be convening at a beautiful remote retreat center, miles from any internet access–totally and blissfully offline. (Click on the image to see why John C. Dvorak may need a getaway.)

If you have an urgent need to dog-paddle in fresh water-related content, please contact one of the following reliable sources for intriguing, compelling, and, if you’re anything like the gloomy Gusses over here at Waterblogged.info, depressing reading. (If you’re blessed with a sunny disposition and just here for a good time, read Wacky Water, an article from the New Scientist, and find out why water has to be weird.)

Thanks for your continued interest.

The Waterblogged.info editorial team

From Great Lakes Law, the blog maintained by Great Lakes legal expert, Professor Noah Hall

Big bottled water fights in small towns across America

Learn why you may not be able to play keepers with captured rainwater in this tacky tale of wacky water bureaucrats gone wild. It was written by Daniel Fitzgerald for the Denver Post, and posted by the Web water guru, Michael Campana, who is, in his words, “. . .an inveterate, unrepentant, water wonk. . .” and, by the way, “. . .President-for-Life and Supreme High Armed Forces Commander of the Republic of Campanastan.”

Can You Own The Rain?

Thinking about relocating to the Sunshine State? Read this Time Magazine article before you start packing. Posted at WaterCrunch, accessible and always on tap.

Is Florida the Sunset State?

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