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|This book is for anyone who wants to learn how to stand out, be noticed, and get others talking about them.|
|JOHN HLINKO FEELS A DRAFT One of those people was a uniquely talented |
individual named John Hlinko, who boasted of being a standup comedian, a
published economist, and an ''activist agitator.'' Hlinko also ran Extreme
|Dispatches from the Dumb Season Matt Taibbi. ing almost alone in a corner, and |
a lot of heavy breathing and shouting. Finally I decided to get out, but on the way I
fell straight into a Vegas nightclub act named John Hlinko and Josh Margulies.
|... drafted a petition site and eventually merged forces with John Hlinko, who had |
launched his own effort, and who eventually managed public relations for the
Draft Wesley Clark movement. The movement heavily using the World Wide Web,
|Did they really believe they could halt impeachment proceedings in the House of |
Representatives? I asked John Hlinko, a graduate of Harvard's Kennedy School
of Government who volunteered at MoveOn in the early days. “I didn't think that ...
|Speaking of the Internet, wasn't this supposed to be the Internet campaign? I was |
in the bar the other night with John Hlinko and Zephyr Teachout. John was the
founder of draftwesleyclark.com, the Web site that convinced the general to run.
|“In the nonprofit sphere, no one does this better than Left Action, which has built a |
one-million strong progressive activist empire on edgy, humorous campaigns.
Left Action founder John Hlinko says, 'This approach is so much more effective
|Or perhaps it's to generate publicity, like when MoveOn.org sent John Hlinko, one |
of its members, to hand-deliver 30,000 printed messages from constituents to
Senator McConnell's office wearing cling-on socks, boxer shorts, and other ...
Barbara O'Brien - 2004 - 206 pages
|If you ask them how they found out about there being a movement to draft Clark, |
they will say John Hlinko and Draft Wesley Clark.1 John didn't get major media
broadcast campaigns—his first big strike was a simple on-air commercial that ran
|And the biggest thanks of all goes to this book's toughest editors—my parents, |
Jim and Mary Helen Stringer, and my husband John Hlinko. And finally, the
following HOK clients and partners offered tremendous insights and lessons ...