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I'm uncomfortable with the false equivalency that the "let's all just share our feelings at a diner with Oprah" frame sets up.
Even when things are awful, they can be wonderful, too — if we know how to receive the goodness.
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to lead a workshop for students at Harvard's Kennedy School called Telling Your Story Online: How to Use Digital Media to Deliver a Message That Matters (view my slides). Here are a few highlights...
It is time to align how we spend our daylight hours with creating the positive change we seek.
I want there to be an official record, beyond the ephemera of social media, that I wholeheartedly agree with and echo everything in writer John Pavlovitz's blog post/ moral protest, titled Let the record show.
We need to show our kids what real superheroes look like.
New touch pads on Macbooks — whee! I can use an emoji more easily on my laptop! My phone gets slimmer; it can store more photos, music, stuff. For too long, innovation in communication has meant faster, shinier toys. What about better connection between humans? The future of our democracy hinges on our ability to get this right.
"The experience of being alive right now feels like the disorientation stage of brainwashing. Not actually joking." - Erin Kissane