Monthly Archives: January 2012

Meanwhile, In Poland…

Polish lawmakers donned Guy Fawkes masks to protest their government’s signing of ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) Thursday. Out in the streets, several thousand Poles came out to protest the treaty. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) What’s ACTA? Funny you should ask.

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Site Update

Hey there! I’ve finally updated my site to reflect my new position at Mashable, where I’m working as US & World Reporter. You’ll find my professional work over on the “Writing page.” From here on out, I’ll be using this … Continue reading

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How the Internet Saved Buddy Roemer’s Campaign

Buddy Roemer, former Governor of Louisiana, is a relatively unknown candidate running for the Republican presidential nomination. He’s so under the radar that in Iowa, only 31 people caucused for him – although to be fair, he wasn’t campaigning there … Continue reading

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Republican Candidates Take to the Web in the Battle for Iowa

Republican presidential hopefuls are turning to the web and social media as weapons in the war to win Iowa. On Jan. 3, Iowa Republican caucus-goers will pick their choice for presidential nominee. One of the seven remaining candidates will move … Continue reading

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