« Last post by Geogphotos on August 16, 2016, 09:00:04 PM »
Indeed, I remember many of these SLN names and best of luck on a personal level.
But I also recall how many of the same people denigrated the 'Waugh-isation' of geography with chunky big expensive textbooks ( that soon turn into weighty fossils but remain in use because of their expense so holding back innovation) and saw the SLN 'community' as something of a grassroots antidote to the sort of establishment geography typified by content-heavy textbooks which most schools, in any case, can't afford.
I hope that it is still permissible to post provocatively here - I feel that Chris Durbin would have thought so back in the early 2000s.
Nothing much has changed. Those years ago calling for radical change now have the jobs and status that they perhaps always wanted all the time. But best of luck all the same.