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Courtenay Siegfried
Works at 20K Group
Attended The New School
Lived in Morogoro, Tanzania
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After throwing a tantrum about Google + events showing up on my Google Calendar, +tim deSilva has saved the day. Thanks, buddy!
 
Still wondering how to turn off google+ events from automatically appearing on your personal calendar (until you approve them)?  Low and behold, this may do the trick... http://goo.gl/AaDMr  // Also, I highly recommend inviting +Courtenay Siegfried and +Aimee Woodall to all of your future events.
If you're being overwhelmed by the number of invitation entries on your calendar, we recommend that you configure your Google Calendar settings to show only events you've created or accepted. To con
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Houston is "the most underappreciated city in North America." - WordPress founder & Houstonian, Matt Mullenweg
Matt Mullenweg, the Houston-born-and-bred founding developer of the ubiquitous WordPress blogging platform, is now a multimillionaire who was recently named one of the 10 people most actively "ch...
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SO BEAUTFUL WELCOME TO MOROGORO ULANGA TANZANIA
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How to send a useful, meaningful pitch that might actually earn your client coverage.
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CSV, CSR, sustainability, philanthropy. It's not all the same.
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A stunning, brilliant and heart-wrenching short documentary about people living openly with HIV in Tanzania. My friend, Megan, served as the translator & emergency medical savior on the film. We served as HIV awareness educators for 3 years in Tanzania and worked with many people who were positive. Please take the time to watch and get involved.
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In my first blog post for The Sassy Six, I wrote about music and 20K Group (shocking to probably no one). Check it out for the soundtrack to my office moods, and share your favorite work tunes in the comments section!
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Has anyone figured out how to block G+ events? I don't want random events popping up in my calendar. I can barely keep my elderly brain straight as it is. 
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I think I figured it out just now.

Open up Google Calendar in a web page >
Gear icon on right >
Settings >
General >
Automatically add invitations to my calendar (5th from bottom) >
No, only show invitations to which I have responded

This instantly cleared up all the Science invites and my calendar is once again in my control. I hope this helps if you're still out here in G+land!
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Hold your horses and watch what you tweet.
At least six politicians tweeted about the repeal of Obamacare based on false reports from the Supreme Court, then deleted those tweets.
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Seth Godin's new 30,000 word education manifesto.
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The world population concentration graphic is way cool.
We've been documenting images that get passed on throughout the social web since 2008. More than 1 million of you have viewed the series, making it the most popular of our ongoing threads at The Futur...
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  • 20K Group
    Vice President, 2009 - present
  • Program on Humanitarian Policy & Conflict Research
    Research Assistant, 2008 - 2009
  • Peace Corps
    Community Health Specialist, 2004 - 2007
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Morogoro, Tanzania - Houston, Texas - New York City, New York - College Station, Texas - Turiani, Tanzania - Austin, Texas
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Adventurer, dreamer, volunteer, hugger and communicator.
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  • The New School
    Nonprofit Management, 2007 - 2009
  • Texas A&M University
    Human Resource Development, 1999 - 2004
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