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On February 29, 2008 by Jocelyn Yin
I don't remember much of my economics education but I did walk away with the idea that it usually wasn't a good idea of your supply outpaced your demand and vice versa. Chris Anderson, editor-in-...[Read More]
On February 24, 2008 by Tessie Guillermo
One of the most enduring areas of conflict between community-based non-profit institutions and the foundations who fund them is that of the urgency of need versus the how and why of making funding...[Read More]
On February 17, 2008 by Eugene Chan
This is why we do what we do.[Read More]
On February 06, 2008 by Laura Efurd
This morning I heard Good Morning America Anchor, Diane Sawyer, make a comment that young people want online voting simply because it is convenient (implying that this is all they really care about...[Read More]
On February 01, 2008 by Jocelyn Yin
Earlier this month, Tim Wu and I had the opportunity to do some strategic planning for a family foundation in Hong Kong (!). It was my first time traveling to HK and I was excited to see a city where...[Read More]
On February 01, 2008 by Laura Efurd
I recently visited Beijing and Hong Kong and witnessed first hand the exciting things happening in China's philanthropic sector.[Read More]
On January 31, 2008 by Tessie Guillermo
I wasn’t at the CNN Democratic Presidential debate in Los Angeles tonight between Senator Hilary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama, but I was at the debate in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago. At the...[Read More]
On January 29, 2008 by Laura Efurd
California’s Governor just released the final report of the California Broadband Task Force , Building Innovation Through Broadband . The Governor and Broadband Taskforce members should be commended...[Read More]
On January 11, 2008 by Tessie Guillermo
Many of the executives I know have at least two things in common: obsessive multitasking disorder, and an avid appetite for reading.[Read More]

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