Author: DotNetAllDay

I am an entrepreneur. I started my first business venture at the age of 10 selling oranges from our grove of over 64 trees to a local breakfast eatery. Since then, I've worked in a variety of professions, but I'm always looking to solve problems. My focus now is on technology and its use to solve everyday problems ranging from the simple to the complex. I am currently the Founder & CEO at CitySourced, the world's largest civic engagement platform. I've been fortunate enough to have been employed in the technology space since 1997, and my past clients have included: Microsoft, MySpace, Transamerica, Universal, Disney, Move Inc., RazorGator, & CB Richard Ellis.

Civic Apathy & Disengagement is Still Alive & Well…

Normally, I'm quite elated when I'm right about things (which would explain my typically 'happy' demeanor). This time, however, it's a bit different. I've been reading some numbers regarding the voter turnout for the 2008 Presidential election, an election that has lived up to the historic proportions predicted. From what I can find, voter turnout in 2004 (George W. Bush…

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The Usual Suspects – Social Networking Urls

Just in case anyone wants to get a hold of me, I can be found on pretty much any of the major social networks. Check them out below if you're interested. And be sure and become friends with my dog Gus. He's a wonder dog. FreedomSpeaks – http://www.freedomspeaks.com/citizen/jason MySpace Personal – http://www.myspace.com/dotnetalldayMySpace Business – http://www.myspace.com/speakoutbeheard Facebook Personal – http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=847010576Facebook Business…

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FreedomSpeaks Presents @ MOTM (Meeting of the Minds)

My friend Kurt Daradics & Baron Miller are having their monthly MOTM tonight. They’ve asked me to present my site, FREEDOMSPEAKS.COM and I’m honored by their invitation. The night will start off with drinks and networking, followed by my presentation, some Q&A, and finally some more networking. I hope to see everyone there. It should be a great night. More…

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This Can’t Possibly be Good…

I read a post on a voting system report being sealed. This seems pretty simple to me. If it has anything to do with our government (barring, of course, national security), it should be made COMPLETELY transparent and available for inspection/accountability. Why on earth do these voting machine companies want to make their technology proprietary? Government systems should be built…

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