How did six weeks pass so quickly? I remember the day I arrived at NAPCO for my internship with the Publishing Business Group. The first person I met in the building was the security guard, and I’ve become accustomed to his kind greeting brightening my mornings. Six weeks, it seems, is long enough to form a habit: Getting up early every morning, catching the trolley and the bus, getting just 10 minutes of daylight. It was just the right rhythm for my life in Philadelphia. I think I’ll need time to readjust to life in Oxford, Miss., where I’m getting my master’s degree in May from the journalism school in Integrated Marketing Communications.
If you thought global atlas apps began and ended with Google Earth, now there's Atlas by Collins. Drawing on the HarperCollins UK imprint's rich history in map publishing, Atlas by Collins takes a different approach to geographic exploration. While not as granular as Google Earth and its grainy, stitched-together satellite images, Atlas by Collins focuses on beautiful, well-organized globes, all with full swipe and zoom functionality and arranged under three thematic headings: atlas essentials, people and power, and living earth.