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First POST: Astonishing

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, July 31 2014

Debating how (or if) Twitter should police abusive behavior; Facebook launches Internet.org; an update on the Detroit Water Project; and much, much more. Read More

'Reinventors' Seeks To Spark Off New Ideas, Through Group Video Discussions

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Monday, April 1 2013

Peter Leyden, a speaker and entrepreneur in San Francisco, and former managing editor for the original Wired magazine, has founded Reinventors, an "anti-think-tank" that relies on online video conferencing technology to record roundtable discussions about big policy issues among innovators in the areas of public policy and technology. Leyden is also an alumni of the Global Business Network, a highly-regarded think tank that helps governments and corporations to strategize and position themselves for the future based on current trends. Read More

Last-Minute Push for Reluctant Technologists to Embrace, Evangelize Obama

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, October 9 2008

Employees of some of the biggest tech firms in the United States are financially backing Barack Obama over John McCain by a lopsided ratio of nine to one, according to ZDNet's Robin Harris. Using fundraising data from ... Read More

Spin, Advice, and Revelations: Vlogs from the YouTube/CNN debate

BY David All | Tuesday, July 24 2007

On Monday I went to Charleston, S.C. for the Dems' YouTube/CNN debate. I was planning on live-blogging the debate, and man did I have a great seat, but given the intense level of security at the Citadel (no electronics ... Read More