How-to: Let Go and Start Blogging

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This blogger writes with a personal flair, highlighting photos, statistics, government documents to comment on social and economic conditions there. I followed the blog around the time of my travel to Venezuela in 2007 during which time the blog reported on the controversy surrounding the license of privately-held RCTV. Matt Quinn, IT Manager, Harvesters.

How Nonprofits Can Jump on the Bitcoin Bandwagon

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No matter who becomes president, or which party has a Senate majority, the US government (or any government for that matter) cannot print more bitcoin and hyperinflate the currency like we’re seeing in countries like Venezuela. These features, among others, have made bitcoin a rising star, and the best appreciating asset in recent history. Bitcoin has been around for just over 10 years, and in that time it has become a big deal.

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Big Vision Podcast: Steve Williams from POWER

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At the time, the Federal government had just signed the welfare deform legislation, pushing millions of welfare recipients from welfare to work. The industry -- the federal government, and the state government specifically exclude domestic workers as classes of workers to be protected by labor rights legislation.

Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange Talks about the Global Citizen Center

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government tells them, or what the corporate media tells them. The Green Festival is a weekend space where the nonprofit social justice and environmental groups, the solar energy companies, the organic restaurants, both enterprise and non-profits, and government, those three sectors can come together--or at least the pieces of those three sectors that are progressive and green can come together--and synergize, and realize each of us has strengths and weaknesses.