StopBadware.org Posts Badware Guide for Casual Internet Users

“Trends in Badware 2007: What internet users need to know.” I got this out of an Electronic Frontier Foundation newsletter. While this isn’t something really useful to me or other technical folks, I am going to be sending this to several of my non-tech friends. I’ve been looking for something like this for years. I’m …

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Out (or Not) In the Child Welfare System: Foster Care, Adoptions, & Orphanages

Thought I might as well post this here. This is the write up for a workshop I will hopefully be presenting at Creating Change in Feb. 08. I just got this submitted today. Title: Out (or Not) In the Child Welfare System: Foster Care, Adoptions, & Orphanages Level: all levels Format: 90-minute workshop (basic info …

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Changes in Legal Practice re: gay relationships/marriage

I thought the article below was very interesting. It touches on some of the changes that civil union bills are causing in the legal practice. It also mentions in passing the impact of federal legislation. (Painful.) Overall an interesting read. Lawyers Building New Niches On Civil Union, Gay Marriage Issues Clients more forthcoming about protecting …

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Jeffrey Montgomery Retires from Triangle Foundation

Old news, I know. (It was announced last week.) I have met Mr. Montgomery personally, and have been deeply impressed. I look forward to seeing what he does next. I have a feeling we’ll be seeing great things out of him for a while yet. This Detroit News article describes him and his accomplishments well. …

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