The data visualizations we found this week are extensive in their scope: a whole year in the life of a man, every recorded meteorite, all the Twitter relationships between the company’s employees.
President Barack Obama gave his second Inaugural Address to an estimated crowd of 1 million people today after being sworn in during his public inauguration ceremony.
National conventions, running mate selections and finger-pointing advertising will no doubt consume the media for the next few months. For the politically-wary, Tuesday, November 6 cannot come fast enough, but for political commentators and journalists alike, the circus show is just starting. We all bear witness to each President’s love/hate relationship with the media. Regardless of your party affiliation, we can all use a break from the campaigning every once in a while. With this in mind, I bring you, the funniest candid pictures of U.S. presidents…EVER.
As things heat up for the 2012 election, I am excited to bring more stories to Forbes that focus on women getting more elected seats. Following my interview with Mindy Finn, political consultant and campaign extraordinaire, I am excited to bring my first interview with an elected representative: Diane Russell.
I agree with Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg: Women need more seats at the table.
Raise your hand if you agree with this statement: Government could not be more responsive to citizens’ needs. Cue the crickets. “I was becoming increasingly frustrated with my inability to get responses to letters I’d written and other efforts I made to contact my elected representatives,” Tim Yale told me about his inspiration to co-found TellDC […]
The newest in the partnership with C-SPAN and foursquare, JESS3 is proud to have helped coordinate the network’s efforts to bring education and politics to the masses through the geosocial platform in the form of a dedicated foursquare C-SPAN badge.
With the November election season quickly approaching, one has to wonder just how much of an impact social media platforms will have on the upcoming results. I had the pleasure of attending the “Going Viral: How Campaigns Are Using Social Media” yesterday evening at the Jack Morton Auditorium on the campus of George Washington University. […]
Old but still relevant.