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Saskia Miller
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Saskia Miller is a communications strategist, journalist, commercial actress, and co-founder of global story-sharing venture PenTales.

After studying at NYU, she completed her Master’s in Cross-Cultural Communications at the Free University of Berlin, working on entrepreneurial projects between the US and Germany for several years. With a passion for exploring different communities and cultures, Saskia tries to hear from as many people as she can. She lives in the exciting city of New York.



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Steve Jobs and Leadership: Will His Legacy Continue?

(0) Comments | Posted October 6, 2011 | 4:16 PM

What happens when a creation loses its creator? I'm referring, of course, to Steve Jobs and the Apple universe that many of us live in.

As news of Jobs' death came pouring in last night via text, tweet, iChat, email, and TV, people became sad. Very sad. Though few...

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GOP Campaign Sites Copy Obama

(2) Comments | Posted June 23, 2011 | 2:50 PM

Whether they'll admit it or not, the Republicans are taking a page or 10 from the 2008 Obama digital campaign playbook. Indeed, nearly every Republican presidential candidate has by now produced a campaign site flaunting Obama-esque design and social media features.

So what should the...

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Woody Allen Finally Wins "Fear of Death" Battle

(12) Comments | Posted May 24, 2011 | 12:32 PM

In his new film Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen has finally conquered Death. That, or he's returned to an optimistic point of view that predates the Woody Allen neuroticism we've all come to know and love-hate.

Midnight in Paris is a bittersweet, impassioned romp through the Paris of the present,...

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Closure, Finally? 9/11 Firefighter and Victims' Sister Reflect on Bin Laden's Death

(0) Comments | Posted May 5, 2011 | 5:52 PM

334: men the New York City Fire Department lost to 9/11.

ONE: sisters my friend Kirsten lost to 9/11.

Clearly, one loss of life is more than enough for anyone to handle. How could someone do this to your friend or family member? And what kind of person would...

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My Grandmother Just Emailed Me From Her iPad 2! An Inter-Generational Tutorial

(11) Comments | Posted April 22, 2011 | 12:05 PM

I never thought my 89 year old grandmother would teach me something about technology. Then again, her tenacity has never failed to astound me.

It all began with the iPad 2 my family recently gave my grandmother (or Oma, in German) for her birthday. It was a surprise present:...

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Not So Mean Streets?

(6) Comments | Posted April 15, 2011 | 1:36 PM

Scorsese's 1973 film Mean Streets is not the kind of movie you forget, especially if you've ever lived in New York. In the opening scenes alone, Robert De Niro literally explodes onto the screen -- and onto America's cinematic radar -- by blowing up a corner mailbox in Little Italy....

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