The internet is without a doubt a beautiful place. No other invention has provided human beings with such a platform to not only learn about anything at all but also serve as a platform to spread awareness about pressing issues. Though with all its beauty the internet can get dark very quickly as news sources and blogs can distort stories to suit their agendas as well as suppress news that is unfavorable. In the age of “fake news” and spin finding accurate and engaging articles to enhance your own understanding of the world can be difficult to find if you don’t know where to look. At times even the best publications can fall prey to misinformation.
That is why it is so important that individuals learn to curate posts and information in a responsible way.
One man doing his best to help people find new stories that are not only informative but eye opening as well is Clay Siegall. A quick glance at this blog’s curated content shows article after article of quality content that might have otherwise gone unknown to his subscribers. It is no secret that Dr. Siegall is a fan of the amazing work being done over at NPR’s web content division. The talented journalist and reporters at NPR have been known to produce well thought out pieces that capture news from around the world.
Though who is the man behind the well-curated news stories helping promote healthy discussions about the most pressing issues facing our society?
Clay Siegall is the man behind the company Seattle Genetics, the company that was once called the needed shake up to modern big pharma woes. Founded in 1998, Seattle Genetics has been the platform in which some of Clay Siegall’s greatest achievements have been made, achievements that not only brought growth to the company he started but helped untold numbers of individuals fighting against cancer.
The work accomplished by Clay Siegall at Seattle Genetics taken into consideration with the content on his blog paint a picture of a man who not only has learned to succeed but cares deeply about his fellow man.
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