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Ignite DC #3

Matt Stempeck

How Going Analog Can Improve Your Digital Life

We love our digital lives, but there are still times when the traditional trumps technology. Fortunately, it's easy to enrich our lives with an occasional throwback to analog times. We'll look at the lasting value of applying an old school approach to your personal relationships, your home, and your brain. And because we're not complete Luddites, we'll also cover the digital tools and resources to help you get there.

About Matt Stempeck:

Matt specializes in online communications for nonprofits, campaigns, and cool businesses. He graduated with honors from the University of Maryland, where he wrote a thesis on the evolving role of blogs in political communications. Matt has done neat things with Environment & Energy TV (http://www.eenews.net/tv/), EchoDitto (http://echoditto.com), Americans for Campaign Reform (http://youstreet.org), and as of 2010, the New Organizing Institute (http://neworganizing.com). Matt also co-hosts the popular monthly Netsquared DC event that brings together innovators from the tech and nonprofit worlds (http://net2dc.com).

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