I didn’t get a chance to post this earlier, but it’s important to me to talk about World AIDS Day and HIV/AIDS in general. Around the world, including here in the US, millions of people are suffering from this horrible disease, and we are far from finding a cure. I learned some surprising facts lastContinue reading “World AIDS Day – Get Tested”
I have always been a proud supporter of Hillary Clinton, but perhaps never more than today. She has risen above the petty politics in which we’re all mired and brought our attention to ensuring the innate rights we all have as human beings. I can’t get the video embedding to work, but watch it inContinue reading “Hillary’s LGBT Rights Speech Echoes Throughout The World”
A little known fact about me is that before I entered the technology world, I studied constitutional law in graduate school. I was and am especially interested in privacy issues, so I’m quite excited to read Constitution 3.0, on how we’ll preserve our freedoms in the digital age. One of the editors, Jeffrey Rosen, wasContinue reading “Constitution 3.0 – Maintaining Privacy in the Digital World”
I’m sorry for the radio silence. Myself and the entire company have been dealing with the tragic loss of our friend and colleague, Dr. Richard Martin.
Ryan Lizza has compiled some of Barney Frank’s best comebacks: “I’m serious.” —to Jason Zengerle of New York magazine, after the reporter chuckled when Frank told him his question was “stupid.” “What is this, some kind of idiotic contest? Most interesting? That’s idiotic. Ask me something substantive, and I’ll answer it.” —to Ryan Grim of the Huffington Post,Continue reading “The Best of Barney Frank”