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The boy who loved Senator Warren

Elizabeth Warren draws crowds of thousands wherever she goes — but the real magic of her candidacy for president happens one person at a time. Children feel that instinctively. As web and Twitter lead for the volunteer Warren campaign in Minnesota, I got to help one kid’s mom tell the story of her son’s enthusiasm.

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The boy who loved Senator Warren
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Concepts for health care

In 2015 I worked together with a trade group for health insurers, some of their friends, and even some of their critics to develop a set of concepts to help improve health care communication for everybody. Here are some of them.

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Concepts for health care

The Commerce of Things

The trouble with innovation is that it’s unfamiliar — sometimes even scary. To help a digital payment provider introduce the world to the possibilities of transactions enabled by internet-connected objects, I worked with executives to build out a “thought leadership” platform. This article is part of it.

The Commerce of Things
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Cute Modernity (A Talk about Ecology)

When did people start thinking things were “cute,” exactly? And why does cute matter today? In this talk from 2011, I try to answer those questions with the help of a little bit of literature, some polar bears and data.

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Cute Modernity (A Talk about Ecology)