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In a brick building in Brooklyn, a new style of health care has come to the cities hordes of freelancers.
Creativity comes in many forms and offers a myriad of solutions to the practical, mundane problems we’re faced with daily. However, we’re not always equipped with a constant flow of new and exciting ideas.
My book, Crowdfunding: A Guide to What Works and Why , will cover planning a project, carrying it through its funding phase, and fulfilling goals by offering a combination of case studies of successful (and unsuccessful) projects and detailed, specific guidance on each phase.
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Over at credit.com I reviewed the book Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomics Living , by Mark Boyle [I]n 2008 Mark Boyle decided to try living for a year without money.
The Journey to Legalize Crowdfunding
I was sitting on a desk in Jenna Spevack’s studio for about 20 minutes before I realized it was actually a piece of art.
Brewing beer is, in theory, fairly simple. A small farmer can grow all the barley and the hops needed on a little plot of land—it’s easier to grow than corn. And a microbrewery can pump out a few humble barrels of finished beer in anything from a spare room to sprawling warehouse.
Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do The GOOD 30-Day Challenge ( #30DaysofGOOD ), a monthly attempt to live better. Our challenge for June?
I happened upon this mini-library in my neighborhood and am so impressed with the movement that Little Free Library has started that I am getting one together for our street.
Libraries aren't just the mark of a civilized society -- assembling, curating and disseminating knowledge to all comers! -- they're also a cheapskate's best friend. Anyone who's interested in saving money probably already knows about the free Internet access, daily newspapers, DVD and audiobook borrowing, and book lending (duh).
The artist Eve Sussman dissects infrastructure as beauty, Soviet-era aesthetics, Occupy Wall Street, Williamsburg lofts, and her latest film that uses an algorithm to distinguish each screening. With a sample selection. Photograph via Flickr by Cea