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Gearing Up for the Writer's Digest Conference

Last month I signed up to attend the Writer’s Digest Conference in New York, and now it’s only four days away!  It’s a place to network, meet and pitch to agents, and get a feel for the publishing industry.   104 more words

Writing

Reflections from TMC14, Part 1 - Steve Leinwand and NRICH

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of participating in Twitter Math Camp 2014, held in Jenks (Tulsa) Oklahoma. 150 math teachers from around the USA, Canada and England, many who had only previously shared ideas and personalities via twitter and blogs, met to share their ideas, successes, best practices, and favorite activities. 787 more words

Is The Crowdsourcing World Flat? - #OUI2014

Today, I presented at Open & User Innovation Conference, at Harvard Business School, with two fellow crowdsourcing researchers from Canada (Prashant Shukla & John Prpic… 401 more words

Crowdsourcing

5 Thoughts From SVC2014

Just got back from Florida & one of the best Young Adult Conferences I have ever attended. Now I haven’t been to many conferences full stop, let alone conferences designed specifically for my 18-35 generation, but SVC2014 exceeded all my expectations & I am not alone in saying that. 1,063 more words

Introduction

The workshop aims at evaluating the current state-of-knowledge of the sea level science, providing a forum for the discussion and the exchange of ideas on key sea level issues, and fostering collaboration across the wide range of disciplines involved in sea level research. 131 more words

Sea Level

Episode 14

INT:

Robin pushes into the office. She is carrying a plate of bagels, she throws them on her desk, puts an entire one inside her mouth and starts furiously typing without sitting down. 179 more words

Finance

Recent Travels

The past two weeks have been BUSY. I recently returned from Champaign, Illinois where I conducted a seminar with a history department there. We spent a great deal of time evaluating what they are currently doing and what changes needed to transpire. 354 more words

History