Crowdsourcing 2013’s Content!

photoSo with the new year starting Tuesday, I will be continuing to blog into 2013.  The past year has mostly focused on my interest areas, political science, conflict and technology.  But I’ve also mused on things that are not my “core expertise”, such as gun control and domestic politics.  Since I’ll be finishing coursework this spring and starting my dissertation in earnest, I’ll be doing a lot of writing this year.  So dear readers I would like to know: what kind of content would you like to see in the coming year?  If you get a chance, fill out the poll and at the end of January I’ll check the tally and write to please!  Many thanks for a fun 2012 and looking forward to more writing and conversation in 2013–



2 thoughts on “Crowdsourcing 2013’s Content!

  1. I respect your technical expertise and analysis, and am especially grateful for your thoughtful – reasoned and heartfelt – opinions of the events of this past year, such as the Occupy movement, conflict in the Middle East, mass shootings, economic policy and unemployment. You help me understand the underlying issues, and by this give me hope that our political system works to the good ultimately – if we stay engaged! You do what you say, and say what you do: “To be truly radical is to make hope possible, rather than despair inevitable.” Thank you for sharing ~
    Happy and prosperous New Year!

  2. Pingback: 2013 Update: Kenya, TechChange and TC109 | Espresso Politics

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