Kevin Starr (of Myshkin’s 8 word mission statement fame) has a very creative take on why social entrepreneurs should not start with for-profit business models. He is wary of the hybrid kind who, as we have discussed in class, struggle with mission and profit, and eventually drift into no-man’s land. 83 more words
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Towards the end of John Schlesinger’s film version of Nathaniel West’s The Day of the Locust a group of extras dressed as Napoleonic soldiers charge up a hill, cameras rolling. 562 more words
O Brave New World: Seeking Utopia Through Science and Technology; California by Kevin Starr chapter 10
In a book that has been very pro-California this chapter is gives the loudest cheer.
Honestly, it felt like nothing but cheering.
Though it is deserved cheering, the chapter felt weaker than previous ones for it. 242 more words