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Driving Online Action with Social Media Graphics

Last week I hosted a Google Hangout with Kevin Call from Everytown for Gun Safety to discuss these little things called "social graphics" — visually impactful static and animated content designed specifically for social media.

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Roberts on Tech

Everyone's talking about John Roberts, the Bush
administration's Supreme Court nominee, and wondering just what his
potential confirmation will mean for various issues. Thus far, Roberts is hard to tack down on any number of

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We're wide open

We've long had a bunch of code that we'd like to get out into the community, but not a lot of time to package it. Now that we have an army of interns

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Be Careful What You Blog

Here we are again. It seems that every couple of months this
meme rolls around, of bloggers having their employment dreams dashed
when their blogs are discovered. No one, it seems, if exempt; not
airline stewardesses, nor even employees of high tech companies

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You got your reality in my TV!

Everyone knows that most of reality TV is faked. But we were wondering what would happen if it wasn't.

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Reading in Unreaderly Times

For someone who spends so much time reading online — blogs, news sites, and pretty much anything I can point my browser at — I really don't spend much time reading.

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Job Opening: CTO

Jim Brayton has been EchoDitto's Chief Technical Officer and the guiding force behind our technology strategy since our humble beginnings last March.

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Rockin' the Groksters: Punishing Infringers, Not Technology

I borrowed "punish infringers, not technology" in the title from Public Knowledge's statement on the

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Just a Minor Threat

Here's another example of how grassroots are using the internet to fight back.

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Supremes on Sharing

Via TalkLeft comes word that the Supreme Court's decision on the Grokster case is expected today.

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