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Banks, Insurance & Financial Services How Artists Are Trading Through Blockchain

Rather than losing profit and opportunities to connect with fans on traditional networks, the decentralized model more directly benefits the people who make and enjoy art

Advertising Op-Ed: Why Hitler Would Have Loved Twitter

Marketing pioneer Scott Bedbury says that every brand has a conscience but somewhere along the way Twitter's got lost in the clicks, tweets and retweets

Design 10 Inspiring Female Pioneers From PSFK's PurpleList

To celebrate International Women's Day 2018, we are highlighting some of the dynamic female pioneers PSFK has worked with over the years

Technology Former Tech Insiders Join Forces To Fight Technology Addiction

The Center for Humane Technology is a movement designed to help people resist technology addiction and encourage humane design

Cafe & Restaurant Does Crowdfunding Really Work For Building Cities?

Sadiq Khan is the latest public figure to support crowdfunding to pay for city projects, from libraries to swimming pools

Grocery, Convenience & Supermarket How Cities Would Suffer If Corner Shops Died Out

As the inventors of Bodega learned yesterday, people feel that real corner shops actually matter to cities in a way supermarket chains and automated cabinets never can

Syndicated Why Public Space In London Is Quietly Disappearing

Pseudo-public space—squares and parks that seem public but are actually owned by corporations—has quietly spread across cities worldwide

Technology Online Platform Gives Ghanaians A Better Chance At Government Participation

TransGov was created to promote the idea that a democratic government cannot excel without active participation from its citizens

Children German Kindergarten Enables Kids To Vote On Their Food And Toy Choices

A new kindergarten allows preschoolers to vote on their day care routines

Advertising UK Turns To Snapchat To Boost Young Voter Turnout In Special Election

The UK Electoral Commission is looking for new ways to reach out to first-time voters

Design Empty Newspapers Challenge A World Overflowing With Information

Sideline Collective has started a project that embraces silence

UNICEF Launches A Free Course On Social Change

This online lesson was created to give anyone the tools to create social value

Mobile Service Acts As A Comprehensive Guide To The Election

BallotReady is made to give everyday citizens insight into every candidate and platform leading up to Election Day

Could This Application Help Voters Win Key Swing States?

A new app called #NeverTrump is trying to make an impact in the upcoming US election