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Social Media Sparked, Accelerated Egypt’s Revolutionary Fire | Wired #DePaulMDC500

Social Media Sparked, Accelerated Egypt’s Revolutionary Fire | Wired #DePaulMDC500

Article "Why your non-profit won't make a KONY 2012" Excerpt: "Newish institutions such as Invisible Children (and their cousins in the for-profit world) are the ones driving the most innovation right now, and producing the game changing campaigns that are blowing all our minds. Love them or hate them, if you want to win like them, it's wise to study some of the underlying structural and cultural frameworks they're using to grow so quickly."

Article "Why your non-profit won't make a KONY 2012" Excerpt: "Newish institutions such as Invisible Children (and their cousins in the for-profit world) are the ones driving the most innovation right now, and producing the game changing campaigns that are blowing all our minds. Love them or hate them, if you want to win like them, it's wise to study some of the underlying structural and cultural frameworks they're using to grow so quickly."

Women didn't start shaving their armpits until around 1915 (due to ad campaigns) and legs in the 1930's. It's amazing how ads and peer pressure can culturally change a lot of things.

Women didn't start shaving their armpits until around 1915 (due to ad campaigns) and legs in the 1930's. It's amazing how ads and peer pressure can culturally change a lot of things.

Marissa Mayer Thinks Feminists Are a Drag - " She complains about young women who want 'excessive hand holding,'"-Of course titles aren't as important as the goals of a movement, no one wants alienation, but these stereotypes explicitly mentioned in an article supposedly geared toward "career women" is indicative of a continued need for Feminist/woman-centered discussion.

Marissa Mayer Thinks Feminists Are a Drag - " She complains about young women who want 'excessive hand holding,'"-Of course titles aren't as important as the goals of a movement, no one wants alienation, but these stereotypes explicitly mentioned in an article supposedly geared toward "career women" is indicative of a continued need for Feminist/woman-centered discussion.

Madness Made Them Great  Thomas Jefferson, Steve Jobs, Estée Lauder, and Charles Lindbergh suffered from the same mental illness.

Madness Made Them Great Thomas Jefferson, Steve Jobs, Estée Lauder, and Charles Lindbergh suffered from the same mental illness.

Unconscious bias is a prevalent factor driving culture, causing us all to make assumptions based on our own upbringings and influences. Such implicit prejudi...

Unconscious bias is a prevalent factor driving culture, causing us all to make assumptions based on our own upbringings and influences. Such implicit prejudi...

Is happiness good for you? - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

Is happiness good for you? - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

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