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- For well over 30 years now, we've been told that the solution to all that ails us is yet another tax cut--primarily for business and the top earners, which will eventually trickle down to everyone else and lift all our … Read more
- A recent NY Times article, "The Invention Mob," highlights recent trends toward "community-based innovation" or "collaborative crowdsourcing" as both a business model and an alternative approach to conventional, corporate, and costly in-house R&D for invention and innovation. As the article … Read more
- What if we designed our communities in a way that fostered more social interaction? This could be done with design plans that include front porches rather than back decks, and neighborhoods with shared green space rather than large individual yards. It might … Read more