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When I Got My Philanthropic Act Together

March 12, 2015

4 years of craigconnects Hey folks, I started doing a lot of philanthropic stuff around 2000 or so, after getting a good sense of my personal mission. This was around the same time people helped my understand that, as a manager, I kinda suck, and decided I was much better devoting myself (at CL) to… Read more »

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ordinary people

#20yrscraigslist: respecting boundaries while helping out

March 9, 2015

During the last ten years it’s sunk in that I should do more and more to help people out. Doing customer service, somehow, helps me understand that such help should be done respectfully and effectively. Customer service also helps me understand my own limitations. Years of reflection helps me understand that I could never help… Read more »

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factcheck

Toward Trustworthy News: “Lies, Damn Lies, and Viral Content”

February 11, 2015

We’re talking about an authoritative report regarding “how news websites spread (and debunk) online rumors, unverified claims, and misinformation.” That’s not, in itself, news, but it’s real valuable in that this report brings together and surfaces a lot of untrustworthy and very common practices. My perspective, as usual, is that I’m a news consumer, never… Read more »

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cheese

How to Restore Trust in News

January 22, 2015

To Restore Trust in News, We Need Less Click Bait, More Accountability This is an evolving discussion in response to hopeful signs from people in the news industry who are committed to seriously trustworthy journalism. My personal bias is simply that I'm a news consumer, and just want news I can trust. I feel that… Read more »

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gingras

Developing Trust in 5 Minutes

December 3, 2014

Richard Gingras elaborates on Trust Project ideas about signals that may build credibility. Here's his 5-minute talk on trust, maybe indulge me and watch it: Like Richard says, we're trying to keep the focus on the community of editors, reporters, and publishers that is developing ideas to win trust. What do you think the best… Read more »

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Everyone, thanks!

November 21, 2014

Okay, I've gotten a big surge of support in the last few days, like fan mail and social media stuff. That means a lot to me. It all relates to two different but related areas: 1. Standing up to find trustworthy news. Like I say, a trustworthy press is the immune system of democracy. The Trust Project… Read more »

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