To combat the confusion that reigns in the aftermath of bike accidents, a Boston lawyer has designed a helpful card to make sure cyclists don’t leave the accident without the important information they may need.
The new site helps determine where clothing materials come from, and is making it easier for designers to focus on designing clothes instead of on sourcing their fabrics.
Most opportunities for service involve painting schools or serving food. But many Americans have skills--accounting, design, communications--that would be incredibly valuable for nonprofits and would make their volunteering more rewarding.
Apps for making cities function smoother are proliferating. Now there is a place where you can find them all--from allowing citizens to adopt local fire hydrants to helping governments streamline their budget process.
Responsible paper company Domtar is seeing its market evaporate. Instead of holding on to what paper used to be, it’s finding new uses for pulped wood--everything from car parts to bone replacements.
Without an Internet connection or robust smartphones, many people around the world don’t have access to instantaneous information. Question Box--a mobile phone connected to an operator--can help villagers from settling bar bets to answering serious questions about health and farming.