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At SXSW, there was a noticeable shift from last years’ ‘big’ ideas around government-startup collaboration, to hyper-local change agents and the power of community.
Donald Trump had an inauspicious first weekend in office, and it’s only going to get rockier.
Some early rules of the road to keep in mind when communicating in Trump’s Washington.
In an impressive example of creative recruitment, as well as excellent marketing, Spotify has offered a job to President Barack Obama.
How to create good content and where to draw inspirations from.
Jefferson Graham from USA Today looks back at the last 8 years and how tech changed since President Obama was elected in 2008.
How do you make the President of the United States relatable? The White House’s Digital Strategist explains it all.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture opens September 24, when it is inaugurated by President Barack Obama…