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    In Search of a Job in the Government / Public Sector? Please Hold…

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    I happen to agree with the dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the director of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs who contend “that the government continues to drive away a majority of graduate degree holders” in the recent Washington Post opinion article, “The federal government is still too slow to […]

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    A SoCal State of Mind

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, my wife was offered a position with a school district in Southern California. This means that I will be relocating with my family back to the West Coast by the middle of July, 2011. Fortunately, my employer offered to let me stay on and work remotely while they find my replacement to work in […]

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    Talking Politics Over Dinner

    General Thoughts

    Have you ever tried to explain political ideology to others? For some, speaking about politics is a lot like talking about religion. One simply doesn’t do it unless they are prepared to offend or create a heated discussion. Often these heated discussions can turn for the worse because of one’s long-held and deeply seated beliefs, […]

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    Preserving the Public Good over the Individual’s Self-Interest

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    You may have read elsewhere on this site that I have two young children at home. One, a toddler, the other, a five month-old infant. My wife and I were discussing the topic of the natural state of humans by witnessing the behaviors of our children this morning. This quickly turned to a brief discussion […]

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    Is Traditional Online Political Advocacy Working?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read an article on the Huffington Post by Jake Brewer entitled, “The Tragedy of Political Advocacy.” This article questions the effectiveness of online political advocacy in reaching the intended recipient, in this case and most often, Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Brewer writes, “[d]espite how good your civic action may have made you […]

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    I Have Accepted a New Position: I’m Going Fishing with KeepAmericaFishing.org

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, I write with fantastic news. I have accepted a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager of KeepAmericaFishing.org. In short, this position includes the “day to day responsibility for implementing and coordinating the content, design and functionality of KeepAmericaFishing.org [Web site].” I will be implementing online fundraising, advocacy, e-marketing, search engine […]

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    The Rally To Restore Sanity and/or Fear: My Perspective

    Life Events

    Lately, my weekends have been some of the best of my life. This weekend was no different. On Saturday, October 30, 2010 I attended the Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in Washington, DC on the National Mall. It was a fantastic event. The acts were just as good as […]

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    The Walking Dead, Sanity and/or Spooky: A Recap of My Weekend Ahead

    General Thoughts

    (See the original on The Blot Says… blog) If you follow me, and I thank you for doing so, you know that I am a big fan of anything related to zombie lore. From my About page to one of my recent posts regarding Rhiannon Frater’s As the World Dies trilogy and my complete and […]

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    Vote for the Next Member of the LCV Dirty Dozen

    Nonprofit Communications

    Each election cycle, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) hosts the Dirty Dozen on their Web site. According to the LCV Web site, “Every election year, LCV’s trademark Dirty Dozen program targets members of Congress — regardless of party affiliation — who consistently vote against the environment… where LCV has a serious chance to affect […]

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