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Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy is looking for engineering, social science, law, and policy “visitors” for interdisciplinary one-year positions

Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy is a marvellous interdisciplinary research center, and it is advertising for "visitors" for one-year stints: postdocs, policy fellows and visiting IT professors.

The positions are onsite at Princeton; as Laura Cummings-Abdo writes on Freedom to Tinker: "For all visitors, we are happy to hear from ...

The rise of the new crypto “mafias”

Ash Egan Contributor Ash Egan leads crypto investing at Accomplice. He formerly was a VC at ConsenSys Ventures and Converge. In the early 2000s, journalists popularized the term “PayPal mafia” to describe the PayPal founders and employees who left to start their own wildly successful tech companies, including Peter Thiel, Reid Hoffman, and Elon Musk. ...

Princeton’s interdisciplinary Center for Information Technology Policy is seeking visiting scholars

Are you a PhD with interest in "the intersection of digital technology and public life, including experts in computer science, sociology, economics, law, political science, public policy, information studies, communication, and other related disciplines?" Princeton's CITP has three open job postings for 10-month residences starting Sept 1, 2019. Read the rest

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Porter Road was to herd the meat industry in a new direction

Down a two lane road on the outskirts of Princeton, Ky., next to a cemetery and past the Light of Truth Church is the Porter Road Butcher Meat Co. facility — a staging ground for what the Nashville-based startup Porter Road hopes will be a revolution in the American meatpacking industry. For the company’s co-founders, ...

Why a good midyear report can get you to Princeton

03.31.2009 · Posted in Reference and Education Articles

So you've submitted your applications to Harvard, Stanford, or any of the Ivy Leagues. Now you're waiting to hear back and anxious about the result. Some of you have been waitlisted after Early Action. ...

How to write the mid-year report that gets you to Harvard

02.20.2009 · Posted in Reference and Education Articles

So you've sent your applications to Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, and other Ivy League schools. You're anxiously waiting to hear back and nervous about the result. Some of you may have been waitlisted after Early Action and are really worried about your chances. ...

Why starting early helps you get into Harvard and Stanford

02.20.2009 · Posted in Reference and Education Articles

If you're like me, you waited until the last minute before worrying about college. Luckily, I pulled it off - getting accepted at Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, and a few other schools. There are some tricks to make this happen - but that's for another article. ...