There 's been a lot of attention recently about the benefits of crowds. Everything is being crowdsourced. A project that wants to get crowdfunded, posts its project or idea on a website dedicated to soliciting small investments. These investments are often as small as ten dollars and seldom larger than a hundred. For your investment, you … Continue reading Invest in the future … fund a ChangeMaker!
I follow Sarah Hodsdon on Twitter. She's a mixed media artist, author, DIY female McGyver and works in a bat cave ... or at least that what her bio says. Maybe she does? Who am I to say. But what she really does is tweet about what her kids say - ages 7, 9 and … Continue reading Wisdom from a 3rd Grader … “Boxes, Lockers and Islands”
Let's say you have this great idea. You're tired of working for the "Man." You know deep down in you're an entrepreneur. And you're willing to put in the long hours and embrace austerity as your best friend. And the last thing you want to do is commit to an office space, spend your creative … Continue reading Need financing for your start-up … join the Kernel!
Contrary to the media overload on the gas price crisis - Americans really don't care about the extra cost. Sure they'll complain. But aside from those who make a living on the road, like truck drivers, it's really no big deal, a few less dollars in the pocket - but really no big deal. If … Continue reading Who really cares about $4 gas prices … we don’t!
Over the past year I've been writing about the Millennial Generation, Generation Y and their propensity to band together and move as groups. We see it with the proliferation of social media, heck, social media was invented by this generation, literally. Recently - here and elsewhere, I've talked about how workplace and societal treatment needs … Continue reading Millennials Rising!