Apple’s overseas labor practices are deplorable. America and Pakistan would both...– Sam Graham Felsen for GOOD: “Apple of Discord: Mike Daisey & the Danger of Truthiness.” My must-read of the day.
The World Bank defines extreme poverty as consuming $1.25 or less per day. This...– Jake Harriman, CEO of Nuru International on the link between extreme poverty and terrorism. Poverty is definitely an issue, but others often claim that the linkage is flawed. Good to debate, nevertheless.
Quality, dependable light transforms lives; children are able to study at night,...– Source: Clean Technica on Mera Gao Power in India.
The ire at the advertisement misses the point. It’s the proverbial forest and...– Rabaylspeaks truth at her blogObama Says Do Moreon the Sana Safinaz ad controversy.
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There is already a sense that the Internet community has become so absurdly...– Adam Hanft. “Use of Homeless as Internet Hot Spots Backfires on Marketer” — The New York Times (via azmatzahra)
Not everyone is built to be an entrepreneur. And that’s fine. But for people who...– Allen Gannett, “Entrepreneurs are Born.” Interesting debate.
Innovation, and its cousin, entrepreneurship, don’t just lead to prosperity;...– Phil Auerswald for Forbes. Loved this piece!