MN Blog Cabin Roundup, 9/14

Minnesota Craft Brewers: Who’s making social media work?

from Communications Conversations by Arik Hanson

Today I thought we’d take a look at some of those breweries and see how they’re using social media to their advantage–or disadvantage. Who’s doing things right? And, who could use a little help? Here’s a look at just a few of the crafts brewers in town and what they’re doing with social.

Republican meteorologist to Mitt Romney: How you can help me and my family

by Paul Douglas on Neorenaissance

As a Republican business owner, entrepreneur, meteorologist and father of two upbeat, optimistic boys, I may not fit the stereotype of a “global warming alarmist.”  I’m an Evangelical Christian. I’m enthusiastic about streamlining government and letting the markets work.   But unlike some, I see no inherent struggle between my faith and the ability of science to improve our understanding of the world. The Creator gave me a brain, to think and reason, and react to facts on the ground. And I’m disillusioned, because some in my party are pro-science-denial, and on the wrong side of history.

Why did they nominate Mitt Romney?

from mnpACT! Progressive Political Blog by Dave Mindeman

I know I have a heavy bias, but the political logic escapes me. Your Party has made a big deal about standing on principle…and if that be the case how in the world could Mitt Romney be any kind of principled choice? His background on issues is not exactly rock solid. I know I have made comments on things he has said on this blog, only to have him completely reverse himself later on the same topic.

Do you stand with Ernie Leidiger?

from Brick City Blog by Sean Olsen

State Representative Ernie Leidiger has had an active first term in the legislature.  Not in terms of getting legislation passed, because he’s been one of least productive members of the Republican majority in the House, but rather with all the sideshows and distractions that he’s created.

Who will raise my Taxis

from streets.mn by David Levinson

In Minneapolis-St. Paul, it is clear that airport taxi cab drivers are required to lack The Knowledge about the street network. Actually knowing where things are must be disqualifying. The only qualification is that one arrived at the airport yesterday oneself, without transportation, and in exchange for volunteering to drive a cab, they let you. The only locations airport cabbies know are downtown Minneapolis, (which I can reach by transit), and perhaps St. Paul. The only roads they know are limited access.

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