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is a virtual tipping point near?
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To be alive is to be lucky.
To be alive is to be lucky. The odds of us being here are astronomical. In 2011, Dr. Ali Binazir published a piece that …
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Regulation is nuanced, and applying new regulation can be spectacularly messy. Information gets twisted and is transformed as it makes its way across different communication channels and through different outlets. This means that misconceptions of how a regulation operates and how it affects real people and businesses can run rampant. Remember Obamacare’s Death Panels?
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Derek Jeter rolls into Fenway Park this weekend for the last three games of his 20-year career. He’ll step up to the pla…
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As a content strategist for the Washington Post and former media reporter, Josh Sternberg is perhaps hyper aware of his digital trail.
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30 years ago, the league was in trouble. Now, it’s seemingly unstoppable.
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This weekend, I witnessed the real life embodiment of the old nursery rhyme about what little boys and girls are made of…
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Odds are you didn't sleep well, which affects your health, wealth and happiness. Get more sleep.
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Content Strategist at The Washington Post
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  • The Washington Post
    Content Strategist, 2014 - present
  • Digiday
    media reporter, 2012 - 2014
    Media reporter, covering the ongoing transition from analog to digital.
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Content strategist at the Washington Post. Former media reporter at Digiday. Bylines at The Atlantic, The Awl, Mashable, The Huffington Post, Mediaite and The Cauldron. Yankees/Jets fan; musician; TV aficionado. Former adjunct professor.
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  • William Paterson University
Taqueria de los Muertos has been a Friday night staple for us for the past year. But over the last two weeks, there's been a major drop in quality, quantity and delivery service. The worst of it is that the food has been delivered cold. Upsetting because this is one place my wife and I can agree on for dinner. When I called to explain that for the second week in a row our food was delivered ice cold, the person on the other end argued with me. Want to know a good way to lose business? Treat your customers -- particularly ones that order food every Friday for a year -- like they don't matter. A simple, "I'm sorry, it won't happen again," was all that was needed. Instead, I was told, "What do you want me to do? The food was hot when I packed it."
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