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The Accidental Advocate – Part 2

My partner in advocacy and I make ten visits to congressional offices, a mixture of scheduled meetings with staff, and unscheduled flybys where we merely drop off a thin information packet.

The Accidental Advocate – Part 1

It’s dawning on me that the Arizona delegation is likely going to be only myself, and the delegate from Bedrock City. And she is too short for me to hide behind.

Celebrities: Bike to the Oscars

Celebrities: I want to help you prepare for your most important commute of the year — whether you care about the planet, or whether you just want to appear that you care.

How to Talk About Cycling to a Conservative

Cycling is an exercise (literally) of a fundamental freedom. Cycling is efficient. Cycling has a glorious history of entrepreneurism!

Case Study: The Patricia M. Sitar Center for the Arts

Sitar Center worked with Ted Johnson to think through how it could use technology practically and strategically to accomplish its mission more effectively.

Nonprofit Website Scenarios

Scenarios of developing and maintaining a website that are common to small- and medium-sized nonprofit organizations.

Edwin Fotachwi: Traditional Carver, Bali-Nyonga Cameroon

In 1999 Edwin immediately grasped the potential of the Internet to help him reach new customers. Although he does not own or use a computer.

Nchinda Wanjel Frances: Traditional Carver, Oku Cameroon

Wanjel still employs the low-tech carving traditions to sculpt traditional Oku masks and stools of astonishing beauty, complexity, and simplicity.

Carvers for their Kings

Two Cameroonian carvers exemplify how the traditions of African sculpture are thriving without compromise.

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