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Anna Haynes
Grass Valley Calif
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My response to this post. (and apologies; I hadn't realized until now that Mr. Goodknight had left the above comment. I'm sure he can run rings around me in basic physics, & assumed he'd expected a more complex answer.)
> "I believe both in limiting government, and that we all need to work together to solve big problems." Funny you should mention that, Craig - we're trying to figure out how to solve a whopper of a problem, over at Michael Tobis's climate blog at http://initforthegold.blogspot.com/2009/08/end-times-and-anti-morano.html ...maybe you'd be interested?
Toggle Commented Aug 14, 2009 on Shopping for a (political) label at cnewmark
(oops - I see the link _was_ in your post above, but it wasn't displayed any differently from the surrounding text)
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2009 on The Future of Investigative News? at Dixie Fix
Thank you Dixie! More info here - http://www.contentbridges.com/2009/06/investigative-sites-plan-networked-future.html
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2009 on The Future of Investigative News? at Dixie Fix
A big thanks to Marsha, Elisa and (Jesse? Leta? sorry...) for holding this meetup - "well attended" would be an understatement. I just want to put in another plug - with a link - for Marsha's post "A Day in the Life of Mom 2.0", at http://seejanedo.typepad.com/see_jane_do/2009/03/a-day-in-the-life-of-mom-20-by-marsha-lanier.html - Yikes, that woman can do a lot with the web. (also, a possible bug report - for this comment, the "post" and "preview" buttons stayed grayed out no matter what I did, until I logged into TypeKey. Might just be my (esoteric) browser settings though.)
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2009 on So, What's a Tweet Up? at See Jane Do...
An acupuncture needle is even smaller than a small fry. (from Burger King, anyway) You hit a nerve. p.s. here's the Listen, Learn, Lead to Succeed link: http://www.micropersuasion.com/2005/08/listen_learn_le.html (it was missing the final "l" of html)
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