Google Goes Maritime, MM & Knego Tweet!

Detail, Chief Engineer's cabin, GRIPSHOLM in lay up, (c) Martin Cox

More MaritimeMatters website news.

Wikipedia now has a MaritimeMatters entry (not written by us!). The entry is here wikipedia.org/wiki/Maritime_Matters

In September, Google News announced the inclusion of MaritimeMatters in their news stream.  We are very happy to know our news and features will receive wider distribution — Thank you Google!

MaritimeMatters’ contributing editor and roving cruise ship journalist, Peter Knego has begun his own Twitter feed. Please follow him click twitter.com/PKnego

MaritimeMatters’ Martin Cox has begun a feed for MM where all new content added to the site can be tweeted from. To follow MaritimeMatters on twitter, click twitter.com/Maritimematterz, (Shame about the “z” at the end but someone snatched our name).

A reminder about the New York Times article on Peter Knego’s MidShipCentury endeavor called “On a Mission to Save Cruise Ship Décor” by Fred Bernstein in the Home & Garden section.

Lastly, Martin Cox added his Fine Art Photography website and blog (to the featured links section), which includes a maritime gallery showing some of his black & white prints. Click on www.martincox.com.. Thanks for visiting. – Martin

Martin Cox

Martin Cox

MARTIN COX - Founder and publisher of MaritimeMatters, inspired by maritime culture and technology growing up in the port of Southampton. He works as a photographer in Los Angeles, and his works has been exhibited in LA, San Francisco, New York, London and Iceland.Martin is the co-writer of the book “Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company” published by the Steam Ship Historical Society of America. The Los Angeles Maritime Museum has commissioned artworks and collected his photographs.
Martin Cox
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