the Magnificent Seven month in Review

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the Magnificent Seven month in Review

Sat­ur­day marked the end of the first month of my Mag­nif­i­cent Seven writ­ing on DaT­e­chGuy Blog and what a month it has been.

You have been treated to top­ics like Church his­tory from Pas­tor George Kelly Com­mon Core’s Kobayashi Maru from AP (Lady Lib­erty) Dil­lon , a bit of Venezuela from Fausta, Indoc­tri­na­tion vs edu­ca­tion from Baldilocks The san­ity of home­school­ing from Linda Szu­gyi , What Smok­ing Taxes actu­ally do to a cul­ture from Marathon Pun­dit and the Left’s Law­fare in Wis­con­sin from Steve Eggle­ston and today you will get one more piece from Steve round­ing out the con­tri­bu­tions from my Mag­nif­i­cent Seven.

Unlike the liti­gious blog­gers of the Huff­in­g­ton Post my seven have not just been promised expo­sure, each has been paid for their work since day one.

That’s why AOL will never come call­ing with $315 Mil­lion or even 2 Mil­lion because if they did they’d not only would they have to pay my writ­ers, but I’d likely just start a new even big­ger ven­ture along these same lines with the dough.

So make sure that you check out all of the Mag­nif­i­cent posts by my Mag­nif­i­cent Seven.

Update: Who knew I was so far ahead The Exploited Labor­ers of the Lib­eral Media such as at the New Repub­lic:

The New Repub­lic is another lib­eral out­let with a prob­lem­atic labor record. Owned by a co-​founder of Face­book worth more than $600 mil­lion, the mag­a­zine is cur­rently hir­ing interns whose respon­si­bil­i­ties include “con­duct­ing research for edi­tors,” as well as “pitch­ing and writ­ing blog posts and web pieces.” Pre­vi­ous expe­ri­ence in jour­nal­ism is “pre­ferred, but not imperative.”

TNR used to adver­tise that its intern­ships “are full-​time, unpaid, and based in the DC office,” but that lan­guage was removed soon after the mag­a­zine became aware of this story. Spokesper­son Annie Augus­tine told me that despite the change in lan­guage, “there has not been a change in policy.”

Right now DaM­ag­nif­i­cent Seven is paid out of da same Tip Jar that pays the mort­gage, in Novem­ber we were short. You can get Decem­ber on Track by hit­ting DaTip­Jar below

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We are also offer­ing spon­sor­ships of both the Mag­nif­i­cent Seven & Da Mag­nif­i­cent Panel now is an excel­lent time to jump on board, con­tact me here for more details

Saturday  marked the end of the first month of my Magnificent Seven writing on DaTechGuy Blog and what a month it has been.

 

You have been treated to topics like Church history from Pastor George Kelly Common Core’s Kobayashi Maru from AP (Lady Liberty) Dillon , a bit of Venezuela from Fausta, Indoctrination vs education from Baldilocks The sanity of homeschooling from Linda Szugyi , What Smoking Taxes actually do to a culture from Marathon Pundit and the Left’s Lawfare in Wisconsin from Steve Eggleston and today you will get one more piece from Steve rounding out the contributions from my Magnificent Seven.

Unlike the litigious bloggers of the Huffington Post my seven have not just been promised exposure, each has been paid for their work since day one.

That’s why AOL will never come calling with $315 Million or even 2 Million because if they did they’d not only would they have to pay my writers, but I’d likely just start a new even bigger venture along these same lines with the dough.

So make sure that you check out all of the Magnificent posts by my Magnificent Seven.

Update: Who knew I was so far ahead The Exploited Laborers of the Liberal Media such as at the New Republic:

The New Republic is another liberal outlet with a problematic labor record. Owned by a co-founder of Facebook worth more than $600 million, the magazine is currently hiring interns whose responsibilities include “conducting research for editors,” as well as “pitching and writing blog posts and web pieces.” Previous experience in journalism is “preferred, but not imperative.”

TNR used to advertise that its internships “are full-time, unpaid, and based in the DC office,” but that language was removed soon after the magazine became aware of this story. Spokesperson Annie Augustine told me that despite the change in language, “there has not been a change in policy.”

Right now DaMagnificent Seven is paid out of da same Tip Jar that pays the mortgage, in November we were short.  You can get December on Track by hitting DaTipJar below

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We are also offering sponsorships of both the Magnificent Seven & Da Magnificent Panel now is an excellent time to jump on board, contact me here for more details