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12.11.2008 @ 1:04 PM in Lifestream

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Hey all, I'm going through some changes, taking advice from a lot of the amazing new people I met at the summit (like Andy Wibbels) and so I'd like you to tell me one thing (or more!) that you could see changed, moved around, or added to make this site better. I'm also tailoring the categories into four sections Buffalo, Lifestream Culture Technology Since my flavor is a bit queer, I don't feel like that's a needed section. Let me know!

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12.10.2008 @ 2:40 PM in Lifestream
Um.. to those using my android tag feed, you may have noticed that the feed shows everything, instead of just stuff dealing with Google's OS and the HTC G1. That was an accident due to a feedburner redirect that nulled the tag specific feeds. All is better as of this posting. I hope so, anyways.

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12.10.2008 @ 10:10 AM in Lifestream
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12.09.2008 @ 5:59 PM in Lifestream
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12.09.2008 @ 3:23 PM in Lifestream

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Should you call in “Gay” Tomorrow?

12.09.2008 @ 1:47 PM in Lifestream

From the site: Gay people and our allies are compassionate, sensitive, caring, mobilized, and programmed for success. A day without gays would be tragic because it would be a day without love. On December 10, 2008 the gay community will take a historic stance against hatred by donating love to a variety of different causes. On December 10, you are encouraged not to call in sick to work. You are encouraged to call in "gay"--and donate your time to service!

Here's my take: show up for work. If you wanna fight H8, that's all well and good, but no need to piss off your straight allies by not showing up for work. Even worse, If you live in one of 30 states that you can be fired for your sexual preference (or gender identity), this isn't the best solution. The site suggests that you spend your time helping out with some LGBT or other civil rights organization. What good is that going to do? Spending your time around people of like minds isn't going to change anything. One must reach out to our hetero allies, asking them for support for future change. I feel that a "rainbow strike" isn't the best avenue.

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How about a day with a gay? How many of your co-workers have no idea you are queer? Maybe let your boss know that you were asked to participate in this event, but decided to dedicate yourself to your workplace. Perhaps, instead of those FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD: chains, send a note to your interoffice peers, letting them know how you feel about the aftermath of Prop8, the importance of equality,  and why its important to you. Lastly of all: be fabulous! Be a super employee tomorrow, show off your skills and let your workplace really know what a valuable part of the team a gay employee really is! DayWithoutAGay.org isn't useless, check some alternatives they list if you decide not to participate.

DC-A-Go-Go: Weekend Roundup

12.09.2008 @ 3:44 AM in Lifestream

Or: To which I try to apply all the thing I've learned.

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That night, despite thwarting plans from a crackhead (video soon), I end up at Town Dance Boutique with Scranto and some bloggers from the summit. I learned that Eric is an amazing dancer, and that I can't keep my shirt off in a new place. I also learn that DC drink prices suck balls.

If Saturday was activism day, then Sunday was all about writing directions, making money, and branding. I admit I didn't pay as much attention Saturday (I doubt I'll ever be 100% into activism and investigative journalism), but Sunday was my meat and potatoes. First was Tim McFeeley, who encouraged us to put a new perspective on LGBT media coverage. The biggest point I took to heart was to start looking at things from a landscape perspective (the misled congregation), instead of portrait (the hypocritical priest). DC-A-Go-Go - 173 Joel Silberman and Cathy Renna taught us about branding ourselves and PR. Eric and I got to double team the amazing Andy Wibbels for some blog-metric-crunching. I've already implemented a couple bits of Andy's advice. For instance, you can now subscribe to email updates if you'd rather that over a feed. After Andy, our summit came to a close. While some were saying this wasn't as intensely scheduled as other events, I had definitely ran out of energy and was ready for a nap. I exchanged cards with a lot of people, and heard some great comments on this silly little blog. If nothing else I have a new blogroll that I'll finish adding to. Check out the OMG1TZTEHGAY! section. This was an amazing opportunity. I feel like I'll get more, now that I've officially popped my LGBT blogger social cherry. Mike Rogers is such an amazing person, I'm truly grateful for the chance to attend the summit. I'll have to buy him a drink or two when he rolls into Buffalo this week.