Instead of shopping mindlessly, the conscious design company Holstee wants you to block off the day for doing something more meaningful.
Nothing says "being thankful" like getting trampled by a crowd of crazed discount seekers.
Rotten is a series of photographs of all the moldy food that a photographer found in his fridge over the course of a year. He hoped that by documenting it, he’d let it happen less. Will the same thing happen when you look at it?
It can get quite cold in Norway, so after years of receiving help and aid from the Scandinavian country, it’s time for Africans to give back--by sending their radiators north to warm the freezing country. And, of course, by writing a power ballad about it.
Facebook is great for checking out photos of your exes and all, but for social innovators working in the developing world, there’s no point to new technologies unless they make life better for the people they’re trying to help.
Mom bloggers have become an incredibly important facet of the consumer economy. Jennifer James is working on taking that influence and redirecting it toward giving back.
Will bringing a Silicon Valley mindset to how we measure success in social entrepreneurs get more results?