I decided to follow up on an earlier posting that cast some doubts on the value of the XO laptop for students in developing countries.
You probably have not yet heard of Fundación Paraguaya, but I have a hunch you'll be hearing a lot about them in the next few years.
June 5, official World Environment Day, has come and gone, and you’re probably wondering how you can make good on those green resolutions you made. If you shop online, there is a webtool out there made just for you. It’s called Scryve, and it provides ratings on companies based on their social and environmental policies.
An interesting visualisation of the shift from development 1.0 ("high peaks of bureaucracy, with the sight blurred by the disconnection between grassroots and policy making") to the development 2.0 world ("sustainable, collaborative, entrepreneurial and not aid dependent"), for the benefit of budding social entrepreneurs.