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Crowdfunding Political Campaigns: The Oakland Election that Could Go All the Way

Screen Shot 2013-06-30 at 10.52.57 PMCould Bryan Parker be the first politician to run a successful campaign using only crowdfunding?

Written for Electronic Media & Politics. July 7, 2013

The Secret Life of Digital Lobbying

WomenInCombat Digital lobbying is the future, but we have no way of monitoring its unregulated use.

Written for Electronic Media & Politics. May 7, 2013

The Lost Culture

paraffinVulnerable cultures are disappearing, especially as the American culture continues to spread.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
March 21, 2013
 

The Hum

electronics-43918_640 Is your mood being controlled by the hum of technology?

Written for the gnovis Journal.
February 18, 2013
 

Nature Vs. Culture: How Media Stereotypes Have Kept Women Out of Combat

WomenInCombat Which do you think is more powerful, nature or culture?

Written for Electronic Media & Politics. February 12, 2013

A Conversation on Affirmative Action – Part 3

Screen shot 2012-12-30 at 10.18.35 AM The third blog in a three-blog series on affirmative action. Part 3 focuses on the moral argument in support of affirmative action.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
December 24, 2012
 

The Post-Election Genius of Strategic Informality

Screen shot 2012-12-30 at 10.22.51 AM Much of the Obama social media campaign seemed very casual. Do you think that was strategic?

Written for Electronic Media & Politics. December 10, 2012

A Conversation on Affirmative Action – Part 2

Screen shot 2012-11-19 at 12.18.12 AM The second blog in a three-blog series on affirmative action. Part 2 focuses on what makes affirmative action such a complex policy.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
November 28, 2012
 

A Conversation on Affirmative Action – Part 1

The first blog in a three-blog series on affirmative action. Part 1 focuses on how the policy is vital to a strong economy.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
November 22, 2012
 

Women Voters and What’s Wrong with the Media

Did media coverage of the 2012 presidential election put headlines before facts?

Written for Electronic Media & Politics. November 18, 2012

A New Look at Urban Street Design

As we try to find more efficient and environmentally-friendly ways to live, we are tasked with rethinking the ways in which we design and use infrastructure and public space.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
                                                                  November 5, 2012
 

Courting Women Voters: Romney, Videos and Swing States

Will women in swing states vote for progressive or traditional family values? Written for Electronic Media and Politics. October 25, 2012

The Big and the Small of It

Small actions can be the right response to maintain cultural cohesion and social order, but to encourage a culture of hope and innovation, we need to shoot for the moon.

Written for the gnovis Journal.
 October 25, 2012

Redefining Sisterhood

Was feminism about furthering liberal values among women, or about supporting the right of women to choose their own values?

Written for the gnovis Journal.
 October 16, 2012

SOPA, PIPA and Crowd Sourced Government

When given the opportunity, will the people really participate in public-government collaboration?

Written for Electronic Media and Politics. October 1, 2012

Design  As the Invisible Hand

The design of our environments has powerful patterned effects on us, our communities and human interaction.

 Written for the gnovis Journal.
 September 23, 2012
 

Women in Politics Matters

We can’t expect laws to reflect the needs of women until more women are involved in the process of crafting legislation.

Written for Say It Hot.
June 15, 2012

“Stop the Machine!” The Scene from Freedom Plaza in DC

An insiders look at the first days of Washington DC’s Occupy movement.

Written for Aslan Media.
October 9, 2011
 
 
 
 

A New Chapter in the Global Fight for Free Expression

As new technology leads to instant communication with millions of people, different entities react in different ways.

Written for Aslan Media.
September 13, 2011

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