-- Download George Monbiot's Career Advice for Idealistic Journalists and Those Who Want to Shake the World as PDF --
Monbiot‘s pretty astounding.
As I was developing the whole Politics vein of dgiVista.org, I came across this Monbiot piece about how to be idealistic, free and really really useful in the world. When unsure about the direction I’ve been taking with this [whole] site [actually], I serendipitously read this piece.
The result? What you see here. And what you’ll see in the future.
Questions, comments, feedback, gripes, thunderous applause? Email me…use the address at the bottom of the page. Archives are below these 5 most recent posts.
More from my site
- October 29, 2014 On Ghomeshi
- May 2, 2011 PoliticsRespun.org Election Night Liveblog, maybe
- April 11, 2011 La lutte continue: Vancouver pulls pay-for-democracy bylaw, but a new one’s coming. (cue ominous music?)
- April 8, 2011 Charging $1,200 to democratically assemble, Vision Vancouver looks to China for advice on (anti) free speech laws.
- April 7, 2011 I’m voting for the least offensive candidate to try and avoid the most offensive government. I wish.
- June 29, 2010 Campaign Stops Corporate Voting in BC Municipalities, Probably
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