The Feast NOLA: The Connected Age Emerges from New Orleans
Woody Tasch’s hypothesis, author of Slow Money, is that money has become too fast (along with everything else), and as a result we’ve become completely disconnected from it. He’s right; and what greater evidence of our lack of vested relationship with money than the financial crisis. Fast money is made at the expense of society and the planet. When A LOT of money is made some of it is given to philanthropy to clean up the mess the fast spending created. There is no social capital in that way of making money.
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