Gavin Newsom: technology can strengthen citizenship, reinvent government The Seattle Times (blog) California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom doesn't buy into the notion that politicians can solve all our problems.
This article is by Mary Scott Nabers, the president and chief executive of Strategic Partnerships, Inc., and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, both of which specialize in public-private partnerships.
This is talking about public polices coming to basically every town . It says that, "You also don’t have to be a conservative to know that all public entities have run out of tools to fix an estimated $3 trillion problem" and also "You don’t have to be a liberal to agree with Krugman that recent revelations of abuses in New Jersey’s privately operated halfway houses are intolerable, or that it’s a bit suspicious that Gov. Chris Christie was once a lobbyist for the company that won that contract."
This article talks about the main issues in the presidential election and Obama and Romney's views on them. I think this is a very good article because people can see what their views are before voting for the president.
The Oreo company used their witty minds to win advertisement on Super Bowl day rather than paying millions of dollars. When the lights went out the company quickly created a picture and with it wrote "you can still dunk in the dark" earning Oreo over 14 million retweets
Supreme Court to rule on 4th Amendment, cellphone searches Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court set the stage for an important 4th Amendment ruling Friday, announcing it will decide in this term whether police may inspect a suspect's...
This article is talking about if the police need a warrant to search someone's cell phone. The police need a warrant to search someone's house, car, etc. I believe that if a police arrests someone they also need a warrant to search their cellphone.
MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) confirmed Tuesday that unmanned US Navy surveillance planes conduct patrols to help monitor activities in Philippine waters, particularly in the South China Sea.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, who chairs the US House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, has asked that Dr Shakil Afridi, who helped the Central Intelligence Agency find Bin Laden in Abbottabad, be presented with the Congressional Gold Medal.
The good old world of marketing. We've seen it all, and our wearry brains have learned to switch off. We need something truly inspiring and creative to catch our valuable attention. Guerrilla marketing ambushes the viewer and grabs their attention when they least expect it. Here are some excellent examples...
Companies use not so common ideas to advertise their merchandise even more. Bags that look like people jumping rope, cups that have other noses on them, and coffee cups on the street are just some of the ways these companies are using their creative minds for advertisement.
This campaign ad is showing how kids can be mistreated and abused. The videos show the kids in bad situations, and the video then asks for donations. If you donate, the video will unlock one showing the kids in a safe environment. I think it was a great idea to get money for the organization but it was a bad example. These kids growing up in unsafe environments probably don't want what their life is like broadcasted all over vine and twitter
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