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He Was Accused Of Attempted Rape. He Became A Progressive Star Anyway.
For more than a decade, women alleged that Clay Johnson, a leader in political tech, physically and verbally abused them.
Darrell Issa Accused Of Political Stunt In Subpoena Of Healthcare.gov Fixer Todd Park
"Todd just got subpoenaed by Congressman Darrell Issa today and accused of lying to the [A]merican public. I don't believe
HealthCare.gov Mess a Symptom of Larger Problems
Founder of Tarbell.org
HealthCare.gov is just the latest in a long history of projects that have underperformed because of long-standing protocols that discourage all but the biggest technology companies from even submitting bids for government projects.
"Feasting on Junk Info": Media in the Internet Age
"When you click on the computer, remember that clicks have consequences," Clay Johnson wrote in the
. And he's more than right.
The Personal Democracy Forum Is Back in Town
Marcia G. Yerman
Writer on women's issues, human rights, environment and culture
Scott Heiferman proposed, "Use the Internet to get off the Internet!" His suggestion was applauded, despite the furious Blackberry scrolling in the midst of the proceedings.
Data.Gov Launches: Why You Should Care and What You Should Do
Chief Strategy Officer, Fission; Co-founder, Define American
At the end of the day, the more great entries the Apps for America contest receives, the more likely government is to release
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