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Legacy…

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I have just found in an old draft this first official photo of us Humphrey Fellows at ASU together. Who knows why it’s been waiting there… Maybe just to refresh our memory about… Continue reading

Blake in TOMS Shoes

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  In my last post I promised to say something more about Blake Mycoskie and TOMS Shoes. Contrary to what many people think, there is no Tom. Blake and TOMS are the same… Continue reading

SXSW – Digital Wonderland

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  If a quick survey shows that the word ˝coffee˝appears on Twitter around 20% more times in Austin than in New York on a March morning, it can be the sign that the major… Continue reading

Sun Dances in Utah in January

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For 20 years, since I’ve ever heard about it, I’ve wished to go to the Sundance Film Festival  in Park City. The dream finally came true, thanks to carefully planning my Humphrey Year. And it… Continue reading

David Whyte’s Pilgrimage for Identity

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CROSSING THE UNKNOWN SEA, Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity – great book about leadership, the meaning of work in life and the meaning of our life in our work. If you ever… Continue reading

We Feel Fine

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The title of the post itself tells you that I want to share something nice:   We Feel Fine is a very fine website created by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar. I came accross… Continue reading

The Importance of Images

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We Humphrey Fellows had the honor to meet face to face one more Pulitzer Prize winner and Must See Monday guest: Michel du Cille. He told us many little things that make a great newsroom… Continue reading

Arizona Voted Today

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I have just taken the photo of the Arizona Midterm Election winner, Senator John McCain, during his short and emotional speach in the Republican headquarters in Downtown Phoenix, and I rushed to the first… Continue reading

ONA Echoes

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The Online News Association is the world’s largest association of online journalists, with the mission to inspire innovation and excellence among journalists to better serve the public. The annual ONA conference was held… Continue reading

DC Rally for Sanity

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Being today in Washington DC is a blessing for a journalist: the rally at noon between Capitol and the big Needle, organized by the top Comedy Central duo Stuart/Colbert, and covered by each and every TV station… Continue reading

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