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Reawakening Idealism

Reawakening Idealism | The Way of Things | Scoop.it

In current times we need idealists to steward the conversation about the society we want to live in rather than leaving it up to greedy lobbyists, opportunistic politicians and reductionistic fortune tellers to set the direction.

 


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prepareexcitable's comment, August 19, 2016 1:14 AM
Thats stunning...
Katherine Prewitt's curator insight, January 3, 2017 11:31 AM
"When we defend idealism, we defend imagination. We defend possibility. We defend the world of ideas." Peter Block
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The Sharing Economy’s New Middlemen

The Sharing Economy’s New Middlemen | The Way of Things | Scoop.it
The professionalization of the sector has bred an interesting species of entrepreneur.

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11 Ways to Boost Facebook Engagement for Small Businesses

11 Ways to Boost Facebook Engagement for Small Businesses | The Way of Things | Scoop.it
Are you looking for better ways to engage your fans? In this article you'll find 11 ways small businesses can improve Facebook engagement.
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Mostly tried and tested strategies, but many small businesses owners will be thinking "how the hell am I going to fit in a puppy reference into my Facebook post again today?"

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Richard Godwin: Guess who benefits most from the new ‘sharing’ economy?

Richard Godwin: Guess who benefits most from the new ‘sharing’ economy? | The Way of Things | Scoop.it
"It's hard to be a disrupter and not be an asshole.” That’s how an early investor in Uber described the company’s founder, Travis Kalamnick, in a recent Vanity Fair profile.

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Cynical view of the sharing economy? Probably. Is there an alternative? Definitely 

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