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5 Sites I've Got Bookmarked That Might Surprise You

June 25, 2014

Hey, I'm frequently asked which sites I recommend. I tend to be overly minimalist, but beyond that, I mostly use RSS feeds instead of visiting sites. Though, here are some sites that I make a point to visit pretty often… (in no particular order) politicalwire.com – I rely on Taegan Goddard's Political Wire for straight,… Read more »

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7 Brilliant Women in Tech

June 24, 2014

Hey, there are some women in the tech sector who really get stuff done. My team and I really wanted to highlight some disruptors who we haven't featured before. They're the real deal. Susan Buck, Co-Founder of The Women’s Coding Collective Follow @susanbuck A programmer, designer, and educator with over 15 years of web development… Read more »

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Thanks from the Chief Nerd

June 23, 2014

Hey, everyone, my team and I've been reading everything you've kindly posted in response to my updates and posts. My natural, nerdly, inclination is to respond to all, but that doesn't work, and my focus must be to get good work done. That work is mostly craigslist customer service, public service, and philanthropy. In my… Read more »

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How Do We Stop Online Harassment?

June 20, 2014

Folks, recently I launched a new infographic revealing the rise in online harassment with Rad Campaign and Lincoln Park Strategies. Here's some important findings from the poll: Women report being personally harassed much more frequently than men – the gender gap's 57% women to 43% men across all age groups. Sexual harassment's the most common… Read more »

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Journalism Ethics: Why I'm Joining Poynter Institute

June 19, 2014

Hey, I just joined the Foundation Board of the Poynter Institute because of my interest in protecting journalism ethics.  As a Board Member, I'll support the Institute as an advisor, an ambassador, and try to be a useful resource. I'm doing this work because Poynter Institute's the real deal, they're a bridge between journalism’s core… Read more »

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4 conferences doing it right

June 18, 2014

Hey, there's a lot coming up in terms of conferences this year. A lot of social change events, innovation get togethers, and ways for groups to get together and really make a difference. Here are some conferences that are coming up this year, with an excerpt of their description. You should check them out, if… Read more »

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The Real Meaning of Journalism Ethics

June 11, 2014

Folks, journalism ethic's really important to me. It's why I'm really involved in the Columbia Journalism Review and Poynter Institute. I figure if we don't have good news, how are we going to help others? To me, journalism ethics is about trustworthy news and exposing the bad guys. But, because I'm not a journalist, I… Read more »

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New Poll Shows The Rise Of Online Harassment

June 4, 2014

Hey folks, real important stuff: almost 50% of Americans under the age of 35 have been bullied, harassed or threatened online, or know someone who has, according to a new poll published today. You may not be surprised to discover that women are targeted more often than men, and Facebook's by far the most common… Read more »

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If I Were 22: Nerds, Hack Your Career

May 30, 2014

If you're a serious, old-school nerd, the usual way to get ahead is to invent your own stuff, or to acquire the following over twenty or thirty years of business experience. (In my case, thirty years.) They don't teach you this at school. If you have normal social affect, you might know all this already,… Read more »

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Net neutrality, TV, and what the smart people forget to tell you

May 28, 2014

People are rightly concerned about recent FCC statements about Net Neutrality. A lot of people, way smarter than me, discuss the regulatory and technology issues much better than me. My focus is on some of the basics which are pretty much always forgotten in Washington, even by some very smart people. (Folks, please note I… Read more »

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