A crash course in changing the world.
Theperson that i have chosen for this task is Wintermute he posted something that hit home to me in his IMAGINE1 task.
I recently realized that my talent in life is seeing the talents in
other people. I think that that the best…
Added by Hannah Peratopoullos on March 9, 2010 at 5:28pm — No Comments
How to Make Your Own Recycled Paper
Do you get a newspaper every week? everyday? well dont throw them away, recycle them! and if you want to have a bit of fun why dont you try recycling them yourself!
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Where would i like to be in 10 years?
At the moment i am studying Buisness and Computer Games at Uni, i know computer games dosnt sound like it can but it can! In 10 years I want to have made up my own social enterprise company that make games for helping children to learn, as many children are visual learners and are struggling from books. Then I want to take the profits from this company to…Continue
I find this website quite intresting so i thought i would share it with you all...
The World’s Biggest Problems site has a simple, clear mission: educating people all around the world about the biggest problems facing humanity. These problems have two criteria, they must be global in scope, and have the potential to rapidly escalate into severe…Continue
My favorite secret was posted by Ethan Zuckerman he said...
Don’t fight culture (If people cook by stirring their stews, they’re not going to use a solar oven, no matter what you do to market it. Make them a better stove instead.)
I couldnt agree with this more, it aslo goes under knowing your market and listening to what people need. There is no point supplying people with…Continue
I am following a person called Iqbal Quadir
With GrameenPhone, he brought the first commercial telecom services to poor areas of Bangladesh. His latest project will help rural entrepreneurs build power plants.
As a kid in rural Bangladesh in 1971, Iqbal Quadir had to walk half a day to another village to find the doctor -- who was not there. Twenty years…