The cast and crew of SMRTrWorld (2014) gathered Saturday at the NoDa open house.
The SMRTrWorld episodes will feature our friends, the Hertzell’s, the Minotaur Project, and Woody Williams as the FunkyGeezer Show, with special guest stars!
Coming soon to an internet boob tube near you.
Interested in guest+/-virtually starring in an episode? We’d love to hear from you!
Please send a tweet to the @smrtrworld.
Need a recap of The Feast? The first videos are up! Check them out on http://t.co/NzJf56t8iH
— The Feast (@feastongood) October 17, 2014
Feast on Good 2014 wrapped up, take a gander at all the free videos now posted at feastongood.com/about/watch.
A teaser to get you started… Arcade Fire at Feast on Good.
This is the poster, that thanks to eBay, made me start stop sleeping—I had to be awake for the bidding at 07:08:09am July 6th, 2011. Continue reading
I just heard about Jobs. This July at 07:06:08 am in the morning I won the bid on eBay for the Jim Henson Think Different educational edition poster. For me, it was my “arrival”. My escape from the corporate beast and into creativity.
Except—who is going to take care of the dreamers then?
Are you staying at Apple? I would love to come work there, and I’m going to reach out to Biki to see what’s what.
But I wanted to know if you’d be sticking around. Something about the desire to work with —, even if we aren’t —.
“I’m an optimist, but I’m an impatient optimist,” Bill Gates said during his speech. “The world is not getting better fast enough, and it’s not getting better for everyone.”
“There are billions of people who need the great inventions of the computer age, and many more basic needs as well, but they have no way of expressing their needs in ways that matter to the market, so they go without,” said Gates. “If we are going to have a chance of changing their lives, we need another level of innovation. Not just technology innovation, we need system innovation, and that’s what I want to discuss with you here in Davos today.”
“The challenge here is to design a system where market incentives, including profits and recognition, drive those principles to do more for the poor,” said Gates. “I like to call this idea creative capitalism, an approach where governments, businesses, and nonprofits work together to stretch the reach of market forces so that more people can make a profit, or gain recognition, doing work that eases the world’s inequities.”
Bill Gates at Harvard
- Bill Gates Issues Call For Kinder Capitalism – WSJ
- Creative Capitalism: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett
- Bill Gates on creative capitalism – YouTube
Bill Gates Goes to School with Napoleon Dynamite
“In line for court…” Yeah.
Whoops! I did it again! Take me to Baxley’s Glass Studios. So Suess me.
See related “Bank of America… please…!“
“Whatever you do, please don’t cancel my accounts!!! I’m a single woman alone in 103℉ weather driving through the middle of the central California desert! I don’t want to run out of gas!”
— me pleading with the Bank of America Fraud Department representative who responded simply that she couldn’t hear me. See what happens…