Category Archives: Revolutions

Making More Money When Your Customers Have Less

With his social investor hat on, my friend Kevin Jones posts his astute investment thesis for today’s economic realities, in his Stanford Social Innovation Review blog post When More Mission Equals More Money:
So here are the two pillars of the model, as I see it emerging: You build your business based on sharing scarce resources [...]

Not Newspapers. Journalism.

Clay Shirky does a beautiful job wrapping up where we are in the transition out of the age of newspapers, and into the age of new sorts of journalism in his blog post “Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable“: chaos and revolution.
It’s wrenching and uncomfortable, because, well, “that is what real revolutions are like.”