by Eileen | 1:31 am, February 8, 2013
The right-wing problem with attracting top talent in technology isn’t because all the tech people are lefties; it’s because we don’t offer them anything.
by Eileen | 8:45 am, January 10, 2013
After writing yesterday on Andrea Hernandez’s disappointing loss in the first round of a fight to not be surveiled by her school district, I thought I’d share a link or two and some accompanying thoughts. What Miss Hernandez has been asked to submit to is, oh, woe, neither the only nor the worst incursion against [...]
by Jon Caldara | 11:18 am, April 23, 2012
Dusty Saunders on what it was like in the old newspaper and TV media:
Senator Shawn Mitchell on Colorado drug policy and sentencing reform:
by Kelly Maher | 10:36 pm, November 18, 2010
“Nobody paid attention to me when I did opinion. They paid attention when I brought local stories out that nobody else had covered. And that’s where I got the traction.” That’s hard-earned Web wisdom from Michael Sandoval, speaking on a recent new media and politics panel at the Centennial Institute.
by Kelly Maher | 10:20 am, June 14, 2010
Are you a Democrat struggling with the new media? We’re here to help…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v60oNUoHBYMDo you lose it when people ask you on the street if you support Pres. Obama’s agenda? Do you like the credibility that comes with being “tr…
by Kelly Maher | 4:20 am, June 14, 2010
Are you a Democrat struggling with the new media? We’re here to help. Do you lose it when people ask you on the street if you support Pres. Obama’s agenda? Do you like the credibility that comes with being “transparent” but block people with cameras from recording your remarks?
by T.L. James | 8:55 pm, March 19, 2010
A simple illustration of the difference between old media and new media: The camera on the left was used by C-SPAN to tape (on a separate tape deck and 8″ CRT) the appearance by Ambassador Paul Bremer at the recent Leadership Program of the Rockies annual retreat. In regular definition. For later uploading to the [...]
by T.L. James | 10:31 pm, July 31, 2009
Former Musgrave staffer turned investigative journalist Greg Burt writes a story detailing a possible conflict of interest on the part of Longmont city councilwoman Karen Benker, and what does Benker’s hometown fishwrap do? The Times-Call spins the story around into a faux-outrage story about Burt’s actions in bringing the details of Benker’s alleged actions to the attention of [...]
- PPC Training for Activists
UPDATE: Something apparently got messed up with the PayPal buttons during this past weekend’s database glitch – fixed now. Yes, it’s that time again — PPC will be conducting training classes for center-right activists on Saturday, April 20 and Saturday, April 27, at Independence Institute in Denver. The tentative class schedule is as follows: Saturday, [...]
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