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Category Archives: Communications
Also published at Huffington Post. In a meeting of nonprofit leaders the other day, I heard an executive praise some recent work done by his staff as “amazing” and “incredible”. I hear this kind of thing so often that, normally, … Continue reading
Also published at the Huffington Post: In five seconds, you will be creating better-looking documents: Five, four, three, two — Stop centering your text! — One. There, now your documents look better. Centered text looks OK for some special uses, … Continue reading
…as we’re reminded by CodeNow, featured at WhiteHouse.gov today: CodeNow focuses on developing the next pioneers in technology by teaching underserved youth foundational skills in computer science and programming with the objective of narrowing the current digital divide. The organization … Continue reading
Written for the Huffington Post. Hundreds of billions of dollars were spent, and millions of words were argued. And now a little ice cream shop in Santa Cruz, California has made it clear why the stimulus program was worth it. … Continue reading
Written for the Huffington Post. Less than two years after Barack Obama ran a free master class in political communications, too many Democrats act like it never happened. Too many are back to parsing polls, searching for what they should … Continue reading
Written for the Huffington Post: It’s Journalism 101: You have to have a story. Who’s the protagonist? Who or what are they up against? And most importantly, what does it mean? It’s been a foundation of reporting for so long … Continue reading