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‘Wealth of Networks’

Tracks the emerging information-sharing, open-source cooperative sectors of economies in the USA, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and other countries. In this new sharing, cooperative economy, sectors are exchanging information, bartering and using new forms of currency in order to make their money stretch further. The Wealth of Networks balances the older competitive sectors based on money.

Relates to: Global Citizenship, Community Development Solutions, Beyond GDP, Partners/Links, EthicalMarkets.tv – The Money Fix and Money Innovation, Power of Yin, Articles by Hazel Henderson

“Who Cares Wins” Conference Streaming Online for Free

Watch this major CSR event online – for free!  Ethical Markets is a media partner with the conference Who Cares Wins, http://www.whocareswins.org, the leading CSR event in Scandinavia.  Nobel Peace Prize winners, the founder of the world's first global Fairtrade brand, the Advertising Woman of the Year in the US and many other exciting [...]

SB’13 Press Release

SB’13 Press Release

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Contact: Jessica Appelgren Saatchi & Saatchi S 415.871-1662 [email protected]   Global Sustainable Brands Community Leaders to Gather in San Diego for Purpose-Driven Brand Innovation Conference   Sponsors, Speakers and Participants from Puma, Darden Restaurants, Target, Microsoft, [...]

Latest white papers from IThound.com – February 2013

Latest white papers from IThound.com – February 2013

          Social media success for brands that give it a go With 68% of customers believing that social media has given them a greater consumer voice, social media provides a valuable resource which is beneficial to tap. This paper considers six insights [...]

Is Free Public Wi-Fi Possible?

Is Free Public Wi-Fi Possible?

News of the movement for February 7, 2013   Future of the Internet Is Free Public Wi-Fi Possible? The noisy response to a front-page Washington Post story about an alleged government plan to create free public Wi-Fi networks indicates public enthusiasm for cheaper Internet access in America. If only it [...]

Is Broadband Access a Public Utility?

Is Broadband Access a Public Utility?

News of the movement for January 9, 2013   Future of the Internet Is Broadband Internet Access a Public Utility? Should broadband Internet service be treated as a basic utility in the United States, like electricity, water and traditional telephone service? That’s the question at the heart of an important and [...]

Facebook Censors Prominent Political Critics

We've previously documented that the largest social media websites censor government criticism. For example, Facebook pays low-wage foreign workers to delete certain content based upon a censorship list. For example, Facebook deletes accounts created by any Palestinian resistance groups. Today, Facebook deactivated the Facebook accounts [...]

Cloud computing: cutting through the hype

Cloud computing has rapidly become the most talked-about IT concept of the day. For some, it is yet another new label for the well-worn concept of "utility computing," and therefore amounts to a marketing gimmick. For less cynical observers, it is a powerful set of technologies based on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that is delivering [...]

A Digital Cold War?

The most important result of the World Conference on International Telecom has been to demonstrate that the world now splits into two camps when it comes to the Internet: one is comprised of more authoritarian countries, which would like to turn back the clock and regain sovereignty over their own national bits of the Internet; the other wants to [...]

Extra! Extra! News Flash for the FCC

When it comes to media consolidation, the FCC is feeling the heat from all sides. Today activists took to the streets outside the FCC headquarters to deliver more than 200,000 signatures from people all over the U.S. who are calling on the agency to halt its rush to gut media ownership protections. Josh Stearns, Free Press Extra! Extra! [...]

Bill Moyers, Bernie Sanders | Don’t Let Big Media Get Bigger

Bill Moyers, Bernie Sanders, Moyers & Company Excerpt: "In 1983, 50 corporations controlled a majority of media in America. In 1990 the number had dropped to 23. In 1997, 10. And today, six." READ MORE

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