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WDTN interview this morning: Esrati on the digital divide

Here’s the video from this morning’s interview with Dan Edwards from WDTN. This time- with me running for Dayton City Commission :-) It was on at 8:20am on CH 26. Esrati says Dayton digitally divided And, it figures, yet another Nan Whaley mailer today. She’s going to spend more than Rhine McLin’s entire campaign spent Read More

School funding in Ohio needs to address the digital divide

If you are reading this, more than likely you have internet access. In fact, you probably take it for granted. Not so in many of the homes with doors I knock on to campaign for the Dayton City Commission. Using Google to look things up, or email to communicate is as foreign to them as Read More

Solving the digital divide? Do you have suggestions?

In my real world job, I work in advertising. I’m active in my professional organization, the local chapter of the AAF. I’ve been in since day one of the planning of an annual event called summitup– where we bring social media gurus to talk in Dayton and try to school the masses on what social Read More

The mysteries of DPS marketing

If you pay $25K a year for “Annual stratus hosting for DPS website and other technical services as required for District Office of Strategic Communication” as the Dayton Public Schools pay Oxiem LLC, you should call me. You qualify as “A sucker born every minute” (which it turns out wasn’t said by P. T. Barnum)- Read More

Hodge podge governance costs us all

Welcome to the Not Really United States of America. We have a state where prostitution is legal, another where booze is almost not, we have some where pot is legal for medical, some for recreational, and then communities in our area where pot dispensaries are already banned, before medical pot is even legal. We solved Read More

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