Voting Tuesday: know where and who's on the ballot
I like this on so many levels that I can’t even well-articulate any. So, just take a look and it should speak for itself. (via OhMyGov!)How we're Googling the 2012 candidates
It’s free, it’s 24/7, it’s varied and delicious, and it’s supportive of health and environmental values. The only place on the campus where employees pay for food is from a vending machine. The pricing strategy is based on nutrient content, again according to the Harvard pyramid plan. For the vended products, you pay: one cent per… Continue reading Google has a pretty great food program.
However, 52 people have added me. I do not feel more looped in to their lives. Further, of those 52 people, I do not know 4, which means 7.7% of people who think I’m in one of their circles for whatever reason (spam or otherwise) are not reciprocal friends per my count. Of the remaining… Continue reading I have done nothing proactive on Google+.
Wait, is this real? The jury is out based on a thoroughly researched Google search, but here’s my thought: If no, the author could should be way more clever, though it clearly has a huge following. If yes, who ARE you?! And how do you feel about Google not giving you any answers, and your kid making… Continue reading
Fantastic panel discussing pro bono work, CSR, and economics.Awesome, free event that I can't go to. But you should!