Sharing: What Happens When Consumers Rethink The...
Back in April, Nick Clegg restated government resolve to pursue ambitious environmental goals. The Deputy Prime Minister rebuffed rumours that the credit crunch had killed environmentalism. On the contrary, “going green has never made so much sense” and sustainability, in fact, coincides with economic recovery; “lean times can be green times”, he repeated. Clegg called his...
The Third Kitchen
As every good cook knows, one’s method of production affects the nature of the outcome. In short, how you make your food, matters. In much the same way, the production methods we base our society on affect our quality of life. Recently, with the bitter after-taste of the financial crisis still in their mouths, an increasing number of citizens of the industrialized world have begun to take a...
G+ is huge and you probably have no idea why
Chances are, if you’re reading this, you pimp your Linked In profile at least once a month, adding new contacts to your professional network, checking who’s moved where and what new degree of pretension job titles have reached. Important stuff. Pretty sure you’re on Facebook everyday too: who’s getting married, keep in touch, Peter went sky diving, it’s Beth’s...