A city of 80,000 vs a child of 8 pounds in the fight for internet dominance.
Just a friendly reminder that democracy isn’t simply picking one side to be in charge every four years. It’s a process that happens every day in a variety of forums and ways.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there is a lot of good stuff out there. Like, a lot. So why add to the noise?
Step away from the TV, turn off Twitter, and keep it in perspective.
A morning of darkness.
Keeping the trust online.
I’m no longer preparing for the rest of my life. I’m in it.
I didn’t know how to tie a scarf, so I shared it publicly and it became a national radio story.
To what extent do we hold individual soldiers responsible for war?
Last night was the most watched exercise in democracy in history. Or not. Because there is a certain segment of the population who are viewing last night’s results as somehow illegitimate or undemocratic. And of course there are no shortage of people congratulating America on making the right choice, implying that all the people who […]
If the internet makes everyone a broadcaster, what aspects of journalism need to be part of basic education?
Cleaning up my mental space, one task at a time.
Forget grammar, maybe we should learn how to speak the language first.
When your biggest threat is actually an asset.
Click. Click. Refresh. Breaking the habit.
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