Twitter Defector Earlier this week, Glenn Reynolds, known online as Instapundit, published an op-ed in USA Today about why he recently quit Twitter. Source: On Blogs in the Social Media Age – Study Hacks – Cal Newport
The World Nomads Podcast: transplants, folklore, overnight forest hikes in bare feet in Latvia. Also; the number one reason you never get an upgrade. Source: The World Nomads Podcast: The Baltics A good podcast episode about the Baltics. I loved my brief stop in Riga, Lativa and hope to return for a longer, deeper exploration…
As part of EFF’s 25th Anniversary celebrations in 2015, we published “Pwning Tomorrow: Stories from the Electronic Frontier,” an anthology of speculative fiction from more than 20 authors, including Source: Pwning Tomorrow | Electronic Frontier Foundation
The true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her struggles for equal rights, and what she had to overcome in order to become a female U.S. Supreme Court Justice. Source: On the Basis of Sex (2018) – IMDb
Walkable and bikeable neighborhoods are in high demand, so when their availability is limited they are expensive. Building a large bike/ped network all at once brings the benefits to more people while reducing the price pressure that occurs from unmet demand. @erogers on Twitter, 5/2/2018 This tweet summed up my most valuable lesson from the…
“You should run your nonprofit like a business” is common unsolicited advice that often signals a fundamental misunderstanding or ignorance about the nonprofit sector. We already run our nonprofits like businesses because they ARE businesses.
Back to the mountains
Decision fatigue is a real thing. We all have a finite daily capacity for making decisions. Stewarding that capacity is a key part of success in the nonprofit world, and I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks along the way.
A beautiful, friendly city that I would love to return to and explore more, along with the rest of the Baltic states
A week was not enough. I should have visited much sooner!