Today is going to be one of those days that I’m going to glued (or at least semi-glued to twitter — I don’t have cable, otherwise maybe I would have said the tv) trying to find stay on top of what’s going on. What are some of your favorite new sites, apps, or stations (radio or television) that you plan to use to stay abreast of the current situation.
is your workplace such that you have this on in break rooms or mind your employees listening to it in the background at their desks or during their breaks — are you doing any kind of town halls or chats after the fact to help them understand this is what it means to “them” on a micro-level?
We’ll I thought that I’d share a few of the things that were in my feed this AM when I got up to look at the news — feel free to share yours as well in the comments.
You know what I’m gonna say — get out there and get yourself informed — lots of great places to help you do it, but don’t let others make an opinion for you 🙂 I tend to have my go to places, but I try to get a wide net so that i get a variety of angles on the story — because its hard to get anything that is truly un-biased (if you find it tho, send it my way 🙂 )
- CNN: Government shutdown: Get up to speed in 20 questions
- CNN: 10 ways a government shutdown would affect your daily life
- theskimm for Sept 30 2013
- Washington Post: House pushes U.S. to the edge of a shutdown
- USA Today: Question and answers about government shutdown