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Why international aid so often falls short — and sometimes makes things worse

Last month, Ambassador Mark Green became the new administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Green is widely respected within the global development community and has made clear that business as usual at USAID is not an option. On his first day inside the Ronald Reagan Building, he told USAID staff, “I believe […]

SNES Classic Edition: Dev Interview Volume 2 - Super Metroid (development, cinematic feeling, baby Metroid sounds)

The following comes from a Nintendo internal interview with the Super Metroid dev team. On the start of development Sakamoto: It didn't start because I said I wanted to make it. My boss at the time was Makoto Kano. He has retired, so I'll use the honorific "san" with his name. Show More Summary

Morgan Wienberg, Board Work, Coordination, and Cultural Sensitivity

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about board member work, high school preparation, coordination, and more. The post Morgan Wienberg, Board Work, Coordination, and Cultural Sensitivity appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morgan Wienberg, Partnerships, Responsibilities, and Emotional Taxation

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about partnerships, responsibilities, best aspects of the position, and...Show More Summary

Morgan Wienberg, Ethic, English and Creole, and Trust and Camaraderie

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about an ethic, English and Creole, and trust and camaraderie. The post Morgan Wienberg, Ethic, English and Creole, and Trust and Camaraderie appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why America’s overseas aid agency needs reform

ON SEPTEMBER 14th, Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state, presented the outline of a reform plan for the State Department and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to the Office of Management and Budget.

International Game Developers Association names game executive Jen MacLean as interim chief

Jen MacLean, a 25-year veteran of the video game industry, is the new interim executive director for the International Game Developers Association (IGDA), the world’s largest nonprofit group serving game developers. MacLean has already been serving as managing director for the association’s charitable arm, the IGDA Foundation, and will continue in that role. MacLean started […]

Morgan Wienberg, Exposure, Aid, and Corrupt Organizations

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about exposure, aid, and corrupt organizations. The post Morgan Wienberg, Exposure, Aid, and Corrupt Organizations appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morgan Wienberg, Jimmy Arrant and Ryan Sheetz, and “Morgan’s Kids”

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about "Morgan's Kids." The post Morgan Wienberg, Jimmy Arrant and Ryan Sheetz, and “Morgan’s Kids” appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morgan Wienberg, Little Footprints Big Steps and the Formal Charity

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about Little Footprints Big Steps. The post Morgan Wienberg, Little Footprints Big Steps and the Formal Charity appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morgan Wienberg, Haiti, 2010 Earthquake, and Emotional Connections

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. Here we talk about the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The post Morgan Wienberg, Haiti, 2010 Earthquake, and Emotional Connections appeared first on The Good Men Project.

It appears that Star Wars Battlefront II will support 4K on Xbox One X, possibly with a catch

Several months ago I reported that Battlefront II would be 4K on Xbox One, but over the course of development, things changed a little. I'd read on internal marketing proposals that EA's upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II would be "4K" on Xbox One X, and was a candidate for showcasing the console's power in future marketing materials. Show More Summary

How the A Maze Festival in Johannesburg showcased Africa’s indie game scene

Today is the last day of the A Maze festival in Johannesburg, a celebration of the international indie developer scene along with games by homegrown designers from all over Africa. This year is its sixth year, and it ran from September 13 to September 17. Thorsten Wiedemann started A Maze in Berlin in 2008. The name is […]

Morgan Wienberg, Anglophone-Francophone Split and Community

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. The post Morgan Wienberg, Anglophone-Francophone Split and Community appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morgan Wienberg, Background, Giftedness, Motivation, and Dreams

Morgan Wienberg is the Co-Founder, Coordinator, and Head of Haiti Operations for Little Footprints Big Steps International Development Organization. The post Morgan Wienberg, Background, Giftedness, Motivation, and Dreams appeared first on The Good Men Project.

ESPN public editor Jim Brady doubles down on Twitter after backlash to Jemele Hill column

Friday’s developments in the Jemele Hill saga included White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders calling ESPN “hypocritical,” ESPN president John Skipper sending an internal memo that “ESPN is not a political organization,”Show More Summary

Sensing with a twist: A new kind of optical nanosensor uses torque for signal processing

(American Institute of Physics) As electronic devices get smaller, their ability to provide precise, chip-based sensing of dynamic physical properties such as motion become challenging to develop. An international group of researchers...Show More Summary

U.S. astronauts are climbing back into space capsules. Here's how they've improved over the past 50 years

Boeing Co. and SpaceX are relying on the tried-and-true design as the two companies each develop spacecraft under NASA contracts to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station.

A new efficient and portable electrocaloric cooling device

(Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the University of California and SRI International has developed a new type of cooling device that is both portable and efficient. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes their new device and possible applications for its use. Show More Summary

These Smart Glasses Could One Day Turn Your Nose Into A Secret Remote Control

Google, a company that spends billions of dollars on research and development, still hasn't found a good reason for everyone to own a pair of smart glasses. But an international team of researchers is rethinking how upgraded glasses could be useful -- by turning the wearer's nose into a remote control for other devices. More »      

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