Author Douglas Rushkoff argues that we have failed to build the distributed economy that digital networks are capable of fostering and instead doubled down on the industrial age mandate of growth above all. Central to his argument is the rise of a new dominant business form—one that is, ideally, nonprofit.
It won’t be long before a major news outlets puts an article up showing that some of our most lauded philanthropists – society’s great benefactors – have in fact dodged/evaded/avoided/circumvented enough tax that they got their philanthropy for free and had plenty left over. The question is, how will charities respond? [...]
Building on a quarter century of get-out-the-vote efforts, MTV’s 2016 “Elect This” campaign will encourage young people to vote in support of the polices that inspire them, rather than the political system that doesn’t.
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