The Luxury Of Protest’s graphic depictions of our society’s worst moments will make you stop and think about what it means to be human.
Instead of just mindlessly wandering the Times Squares of the world’s cities, the house-sharing site is now helping to open up more exciting neighborhoods to interested travelers.
Free courses from 33 top global universities + an online exam from a third party + a small fee = a radically cheap alternative to college education for millions of students.
Singapore is almost entirely a city. Sky Greens hopes to help the country overcome its lack of food independence by packing agriculture in towering, rotating farms.
Want to know if you’re fixing potholes well or responding to 911 fast enough? A new piece of software called Compass can track your progress and compare you to neighboring municipalities, bringing some aspects of the smart city to smaller towns.
By helping direct smaller fish out of trawlers’ nets, the SafetyNet aims to help save fish by putting an end to by-catch.
The damage done by a few million gallons of Sandy storm surge is way worse than you would imagine.
It might be Occupy’s most radical idea: buy up overdue debt on the secondary market and cancel it, leaving lucky people across the country debt free. It’s so crazy it just might work.