Driving around Charlotte, I have seen dozens and dozens of “Vote No on Amendment One” placards. A vote supporting amendment one would add to the NC constitution language that says marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that will be recognized in this state. In other words, same sex … Continue reading amendment one
Those who know me well have often heard me say, “Oh Geez, I think I’ve got another man crush.” The object of my affection this time around is Scott Harrison, founder of charity:water. Last week, two of my otherwise separate worlds collided when niche-known, tech entrepreneur turned angel investor Kevin Rose interviewed Scott on the … Continue reading with or without you
I rarely read fiction. There’s not a particular reason why. Until recently, I always tended towards books about God, or tech, or tech gods. It’s probably no surprise, then, to find out that the first two books of fiction that I have consumed in years were technology oriented. Daniel Suarez wrote two sequential books a … Continue reading what’s it worth?
All around the internet, people are trying to figure out how Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 video/campaign went viral so quickly – especially since they had so much working against it: The video was 30 minutes long – short videos go viral, not long ones Invisible Children spends 30% of their money on videos and awareness … Continue reading People Care