Monthly Archives: October 2010

Weekly Blog #6: Campaigns are Conversations

When I was in college at the University of Rhode Island, I first became interested in politics. It all started when in 2003 I helped my friend Kevin campaign for URI Student Senate President — the traditional way. Oh yes, we … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog #5: Fear the Google

If someone asked me what I thought the biggest company in the world is right now, I would probably say Google. I mean, how can it not be? Google search, Google e-mail, Google blogs, Google books, calendars, readers, TV, news … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog #4: Today’s Online Abundance

Most people would agree that life can be stressful from time to time. For me, I juggle a demanding job (although one that I love), graduate school, my relationship, maintaining our apartment, dealing with family and friends, and a million … Continue reading

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Weekly Blog #3: The New Freedom of the Press?

The Bill of Rights. The first ten amendments of the United States Constitution. The core principles that outline our fundamental rights as Americans and the foundation of our democracy: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, right to bear arms, and, … Continue reading

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