goodtech

Emily Edmonds
welcome to goodtech, a twice-monthly conversation about human policy, tech for good, and bridging the gap between tech & the public sector.
Created 05 Jun 2021
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  • Goodtech 04: Standing in line, having no teeth, and why institutions are failing
    27 Sep 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    Welcome, friends! Thank you for reading, and as always, feel free to share or like, or reply to let me know what you think! 💡 Big Ideas TL;DR: We could fix a lot of problems that haven’t been solved ...
  • Goodtech 03: Near-death experiences, gendered car crashes, and the time tax
    08 Sep 2021 • 8 min read
    Welcome, friends! Sorry this issue is out to you late. I was in a bad car crash a few weeks ago and have been out recovering, so I’ve decided to focus this issue on transportation technologies. I also...
  • Goodtech 02: On good ideas, bad execution, and real disruption
    21 Jul 2021 • 11 min read • 2 0
    Welcome, friends! It was a big few weeks in politics which I thankfully missed because I was on a much-needed vacation...in the middle of Tropical Storm Elsa. 🤦‍♀️ I discovered I’m going to have to a...
  • goodtech 01: forget the feds, and other good ideas
    30 Jun 2021 • 5 min read • 1 0
    Welcome, friends, and happy first weeks of summer or midsommar, if you’re in those parts of the world! My journey from public to tech is official: I started this week at On Deck. I’m learning lots of ...
  • welcome to goodtech!
    15 Jun 2021 • 3 min read • 1 0
    Hi friends! Thank you for joining me on this journey. This project grew out of a transition I recently made from 20 years in the public sector to getting a foot in the door in a tech startup. The shor...
  • tech + social impact = better world
    05 Jun 2021 • < 1 min read • 1 0
    This is designed to be a collection of the coolest innovations in the tech-for-good space, a conversation builder between public servants and nonprofits and tech companies, and a way to showcase the m...
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