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Author: Cia Romano

 
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No matter how the association sector tries to spin it, association membership has been declining for years. A recent study states the top reasons for… Read more

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*kludge – an ill-assorted collection of parts assembled to fulfill a particular purpose. Is there a more laugh-so-you-don’t-cry artifact of these times than the redeployment… Read more

In the “before times,” online learning was simply one option for professional education. Conferences and other in-person venues filled educational needs. But after COVID, professionals… Read more

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While some dismissed recent Congressional hearings on social media misinformation as “deja vu all over again,” there are signs of cracks in the digital equivalent… Read more

NASA's Perseverance rover on Mars

Two concurrent storylines made the news in the summer of 2020: SpaceX’s first successful splashdown of a space mission launched by the United States since… Read more

Cover of "Nature's End" by Whitley Streiber and James Kunetka, 1986, first edition, author photo.

Not so long ago, many of us believed that improved access to credible, well-sourced information held the key to informing human decisions at all levels.… Read more

Expedition map of Northwest Passage Project route and destinations. (Graphic: Inner Space Center/Northwest Passage Project.)

Does access to science communication inevitably lead to greater public understanding of science, its discoveries, and their impact? Does access to online data sets inevitably… Read more

Why is anyone surprised that Uber’s initial public offering (IPO) dropped like a daisy-cutter bomb? What are you buying, if you buy Uber? A unicorn?… Read more

Poll results from The Hill-Harris X March 2021

We should question the conclusion of a recent (March 9 and 10) The Hill/HarrisX poll: “Tightening regulations on Google, Facebook and Amazon,” which have increasingly… Read more

Broken pieces of a plate lay scattered on the floor. (Chuttersnap at Unsplash)

Moving fast and breaking things. Cute the first few times a toddler or puppy does it, but inevitably it’s tiring and costly. We adult humans,… Read more