jasonpotteiger

I’m a Suffolk U. grad with degrees in Political Science and Advertising. I like reading both John and Douglas Adams and spending time in the mountains of New Hampshire (where I grew up). These days I call Boston home, but I have aspirations of one day working in Washington, D.C. and New Delhi, India. Subscribe to Jason's Posts via RSS 

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A Letter to My (Future) Son

This piece is part of a special series on the End of Gender, in partnership with the Good Men Project, The Huffington Post, Salon, and others.

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Will Gen Y Vote in 2012?

Gen Y is the largest voting block this country has ever seen. But, will we use our influence?

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A Love Letter to James Franco (No Homo)

He’s a rebel with a cause beyond money or fame. He’s a rebel making the most out of every moment of life. And he’s the best kind of male role model we could wish for. Sigh.

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The Business of Screwing Young People

Though internships and “off-campus experiences” are readily available to in greater number and variety than ever before, the experience has commercialized and commoditized.

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#TNGG’s Polling Questions are Back with Results!

Last week, Suffolk University’s Political Research Center teamed up with TNGG for our input on what questions they should ask likely California Millennial voters in an upcoming poll. Well, they took our advice, and here are the results.

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Hey Youth Vote! Please Give a Sh&t, And Give us Your Questions!

Change the political conversation by adding YOUR questions to our poll. We’re asking the TNGG community to participate in an initiative by the Suffolk University Political Research Center to use our questions in their next poll in the great state of California. What do you want to ask likely voters??

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Net deal virtually screws world with pants still on

We have just lived through the Golden Age of the Internet. The days of free and equal access (to say nothing of anonymity) may soon whiz by us altogether, as Google, Verizon and the U.S. Congress move to limit net neutrality. We need to stand up and care about this. It is the most important First Amendment issue of our time.