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Teachers are Underappreciated and Underpaid: How You Can Help

September 3, 2015

            Okay, the deal is teachers in lots of schools never get a break, and that's often true in schools that serve military families, too. DonorsChoose.org is about teachers getting the resources they need, and doing it right. One really good way to give teachers a break is by donating through DonorsChoose.org. They're… Read more »

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No Mentor? You Gotta Learn the Hard Way

August 13, 2015

A serious, committed mentor would've really helped me out and saved me from a lot of unnecessary pain. Never had one. On the other hand, sometimes one has to learn things the hard way. From learning that I sucked as a manager to never being clear about my roles at craigslist, I've made lots of mistakes. For example,… Read more »

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3 Twitter Tools That're the Real Deal

May 7, 2015

I tell folks that they should email me with social media posts to share with my networks because I believe in supporting good causes, and making an effort to give a voice to more people. Silos aren't effective in getting the job done, and social media's a great way to share your message. My team… Read more »

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Teching Across the Globe

September 27, 2012

Hey there, folks – here's the deal, over some years my team and I have been helping build networks across the world, or small parts of it, to give people a voice who've never had it. We've done this by funding tech labs around the globe. Ranging from San Francisco to Kenya, a Beduoin village… Read more »

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