Tech Today w/ Ken May

The seven-year-old Emma Mærsk can carry more cargo than a 41-mile-long train and has a turning radius of almost a mile. Even compared to oil tankers, she’s more like a city than a boat—albeit a city that few people ever get to explore. But in 2010, a young photographer named Jakob Wagner became one of the few non-employee passengers to board Emma. Read more…        

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A Photographer’s Rare Trip Aboard One of the World’s Largest Ships

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