Monthly Archives: October 2009
By STT | Published: October 31, 2009
The Battle of Ideas is on this weekend at The Royal College of Art. Youve also got stand alone events, satellite discussions, happening here and there up till the 28th November. Heres a couple of the topics up for debate.. “Who owns culture?” and “Who ate all the pies?”
By STT | Published: October 30, 2009
Who even cares if its a good read.. its got the word “super” in the title and its got a cracking cover by Guy Billout.. might just stick it on the coffee table.
By STT | Published: October 29, 2009
Like a lot of stuff in life.. its not that the data doesnt exist.. its the fact that it takes a lot of time and hassle to get that data together and present it in a clear manner. Michael Mossobas done that with Goodness500 which allows us to check out just how good big companies really [...]
By STT | Published: October 28, 2009
Now what the hell is that? Why its Kevin Cyrs Camper Kart stupid! “An experiment in autonomy. It investigates habits and housing; recycling and ecology; exploration and mobility.” We have only 4 days left to make this a reality so go now to Kick Starter and make a pledge.
By STT | Published: October 27, 2009
The 10:10 climate change campaign encourages people and organisations to to cut their carbon footprint by 10% during 2010. So far they have over 38,000 signed up! Good work.
By STT | Published: October 25, 2009
You like it messy and loose and rough and dirty? No we love it tight and tidy and crisp and clean! Ladies and gentlemen.. Guy Hulse www.guyhulse.co.uk
By STT | Published: October 23, 2009
The Fixers Collective is based in Brooklyn NY and champions both the DIY spirit and its esthetic. Locals can take along their broken stuff and get it mended or even become a Fixers apprentice.
By STT | Published: October 21, 2009
I like reading answers that sound like that person would speak.. with words like “erm” and phrases like “the usual things”. This Q&As got that kind of feel to it. Ladies and gentlemen.. Richard Hogg
By STT | Published: October 20, 2009
The simple premise of The School Of Everything is to locally connect teachers with learners. This is the quote that caught my eye.. “We set up School of Everything because we think the way the current education system is organised is a bit rubbish, rigid and out of date.”
By STT | Published: October 19, 2009
“RockCorps harnesses the power of music to inspire volunteering by producing concerts for which the only way in is to give 4 hours at a volunteer project.” To date RockCorps has incentivised 50,000 volunteers!