November 16, 2012

When the Nerds Go Marching In

President Obama’s reelection campaign brought 40 engineers into their ranks to build the technology they needed to get the president reelected. This is the very human story of how they helped out, even if they never fit in.

Read more. [Image: Daniel X. O’Neil]

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    i am 90% sure the bottom picture was taken in the art wing of my school right outside of the two art rooms but i don’t...
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    the contrast with how Project Orca apparently went down is pretty amazing.
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    A freakin’ long read, but worth it.
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