I just added a link to my profile on dodgeball.com to the “personal” section on the right hand side, bringing the number of social networking site profiles I have listed to 11. I’m not sure how many people I know who use the service in D.C., but if you are one by all means click […]
There’s some good news for the Heurich House, a beautiful victorian mansion in DC that is facing auction if the nonprofit foundation that runs the house can’t come up with $250,000. Since I wrote about the home’s plight in January the group has raised $70,000 towards their goal and won pledges for more funds and […]
Young People For Conference, originally uploaded by DCist Rob. I have been spending the weekend at the Young People For student conference here in D.C. For information about the project see www.youngpeoplefor.org
Connecticut Ave, originally uploaded by DCist Rob. Test of autopost.
Libby is teaching this class for freshman at U-M: Winter 2006 Honors Program HONORS 135 – Ideas in Honors Section 005: Women in Politics: From Susan B. Anthony to Sen. Hillary Clinton Undergraduate Credits: 1 Advisory Prerequisites: First-year standing in the Honors Program. Eligibility: Honors Grading: Mandatory credit/no credit. Primary Instructor: Benton,Elizabeth Patricia How far […]
My employer People For the American Way is always able to work their Hollywood connections for some interesting loot to auction off as part of their annual eBay celebrity auction. This year is no exception — the goods include The Von Bondies handwritten lyrics to “C’mon, C’mon” (currently at $25!), a private tour of Desperate […]
In recent years a number of privacy advocates have been trying to draw attention to a new technology — RFID chips. Basically, RFID chips are a simple circuit which emit a unique signal when a reader is within range — for most not more than a few feet. The chips are small, lightweight, waterproof, and […]