The quiet, workman-like atmosphere of your office is actually not making your brain work as hard as it could. A little noise can go a long way toward getting you better ideas.
Thanks to Uganda Speaks, the network’s latest project, the reaction of the people most affected by Kony’s violence is finally being added to the conversation sparked by Invisible Children’s viral hit.
For Microsoft, it’s all about the numbers. At the end of the day, what’s important is only: How much measurable social impact did you have?
The U.S. government aims to improve our current energy production, but what does that mean in practice?
Leveraging the power of the social network, the new startup wants to eliminate the blood shortages that plague the developing world by connecting people directly to others with their same blood type.
Forget Portland and San Francisco: If we really want to understand the city of the future, we should look to the Arizona desert, where if they don’t figure things out, there won’t be a city anymore.
What if we could produce enough food to feed everyone on the planet in an area the size of Rhode Island? That’s the plan of a new nutrient production company. Welcome to the future of food.