How “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” Addresses Current Issues

Sean Penn is widely known as an actor. He is also now a novelist with the release of his new book, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”. This book was released in late March in hardcover form with a paperback version to follow. The book is about a guy named Bob Honey who is a political activist, rather like something else Sean Penn is known for. However, Bob Honey is adamant about political change and something like a letter-writing campaign is far too small for him. Instead, he is drawn to committing acts of violence in order to foment change.

In talking about the premise of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”, Sean Penn said that he motivated Bob Honey with his own political belief system. His book also takes aim at the Trump administration and many of the things that are wrong with it. Sean Penn has engaged in political activism in the United States as well as places like Iran, Cuba, and Iraq. He also once interviewed El Chapo, the notoriously violent Mexican drug lord.

“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is a satire. It is about current political movements such as Trump Resistance as well as the #metoo movement which has been exposing men who have sexually assaulted people. In this book he refers to Trump as “Mr. Landlord”, no doubt due to his owning hotels. Six pages of the book are about the #metoo movement and has thoughts about women’s issues.

Sean Penn said in an interview that he wanted to feel productive when he wrote, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”. He says he has gotten pretty tired about how commercialized movies are nowadays and wanted to branch out to another medium. He has said that he is ready to live the life of a writer instead of that of someone involved in the movie industry.

“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is his first novel and he is planning on releasing more novels going forward. He says he already has another book in the works. There’s no telling yet whether it will be political or apolitical in nature.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/27/books/review/sean-penn-bob-honey-who-just-do-stuff.html

 

Finding the Future of Collaborative Data With NGP VAN.

In the second part of ‘The future of collaborative data’ the panel answered questions from Amanda Coulombe of NGP VAN on how the advantages over the republicans can be protected and expanded upon. The CTO of NGP VAN stated that only the continuation of investments into expertise and talent will expand the program and keep it from crumbling and it involves the people that know how to use the software interpret and apply them to the volunteers that will act accordingly. Also included are the cost of training and campaign startup that will ensue. That department finds a way to capitalise on the opportunities out there while encouraging innovation of data gurus and the institutions dedicated to this like DNC and America Votes.

Matt Saniie thought it would be wise to encourage the growth of background data that connects the top order of the campaign to the volunteers action on the ground. It is also vital solution to problems.

Amanda Coulombe of NGP VAN gave another question asking the panel of the most exciting innovations in the branch of politics. Matt Saniie was first to go on noting that the tools that improve leg work quality were on the rise and since the last cycle in 2014 there has been an agenda to keep improving this tools.

Kassia Devorsey was particularly excited about the technological innovations coming up that can identify progressive communities in remote locations that have been underrepresented. She highlighted that some remote areas will have a community waiting heard but the voting platforms are not as available to them as they are in urban areas.

Josh Hendler was excited by the tools that power volunteer army, utilizing the efforts for strategic goal. Tools like Slack have managed to harness the legwork of volunteers for specific types of campaign and was highly important in the recent cycle and could prove pivotal in the future.

The CTO of NGP VAN stated a high prospect for mobile canvassing in the future switching to a mobile form of awareness.

https://www.inc.com/profile/ngp-van

 

Whitney Wolfe A Force To Reckon In The Tech World

Whitney Wolfe Herd was born in the year 1989 in Salt Lake City. Her father was a property developer, and her mother was a stay away mum. Whitney Wolfe went to the Southern Methodist University focusing in the field of International Studies. Whitney Wolfe Herd has always had a head for business and began her path at a very tender age. She was the force behind selling bamboo tote bags that would aid the people affected by the BP oil spill. The bags were so fashionable and renowned across the country as some photos of celebrities such as Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe with Whitney’s bags were viral.

Also, she was involved in community building efforts by joining Patrick Aufdenkamp to start a philanthropic organization known as “Help Us Project. Furthermore, after graduating from college Whitney Wolfe went on a mission in Asia working hand in hand with orphanages to better the lives of the people of Southeast Asia. Whitney Wolfe started working for Hatch Labs at the age of 22 years old and took part in the Cardify startup project. However, the project was eventually abandoned, and Whitney Wolfe together with Chris Gulczynski and Rad began working with Tinder under the Hatch Labs IAC incubator.

In this period while Whitney Wolfe worked with Tinder, she indeed showed her aggressiveness in the marketing and bringing success to the company. Whitney Wolfe was tasked with co-heading the marketing arm for Tinder. Reports also claim that Whitney Houston was the one who came up with the name “ Tinder.” It is believed that she drew her inspiration from her father’s cabin when she used small sticks(tinder) to start the fireplace. Whitney Wolfe championed the popularity of the Tinder app I colleges and expanding their clientele.

In 2014, Whitney Wolfe left Tinder due to the increasing tension between her and other corporate leaders. In the aftermath of her departure, she filed a sexual harassment suit against Tinder and received over $1million in settlement and some shares for the company. Whitney Wolfe then moved Austin and linked with Badoo founder Andrey Andreev to launch a dating platform known as Bumble. The app has a unique feature where women have more control contrary to the traditional dating apps. The app was a success, and within just one year, it had over 15 million active conversations and more than 80 million people being matched.