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The Best Apps to Make an Impact

As of this year, there are over 2.8 million apps for Android users and about 2.2 million apps for Apple iOS users. Whether you are using the App Store or the Google Play store, you can’t help but notice the large number of replicated applications from astrology apps to credit score tracking apps. 219 more words


The True Superheroes of the World are Their Guardians

Think about Superman, Batman and maybe others (that is about my knowledge of superheroes) and how they were raised and how they got their values, behaviours and attitudes for doing good in the world. 213 more words

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StubHub Partners with Hockey 4 Youth in Canada to Increase Youth’s Access to Hockey

This week, StubHub announced our partnership with Hockey 4 Youth, a charitable organization that brings the joys of hockey and the valuable life lessons of team sports to new Canadians and disadvantaged youth in Ontario and Quebec. 247 more words


For the public good

I’m not all that enthralled by the notion of the nation-state. As an expression of an ethnic group and all that implies, it is an anachronism which should eventually join the divine right of kings on the scrapheap of history. 306 more words


The Guardian | Give Nothing To Racism

Like most social good issues today, anti-racism campaigns tend to follow a pretty predictable marketing template, but Taika Waititi’s new campaign for the New Zealand Human Rights Commission creates an unforgettably provocative message unlike any other.

When you are (almost) ​going to San Francisco

Hey Qwidsters! Its been a long time!

We hope you had a great summer and are refreshed and rejuvenated and ready to start moving ahead with us in to Autumn 2017, we have some exciting news. 492 more words


Tech for good: Filling in the government's gaps

While traditional industries can get away with ignoring broader social ills or hot-button political issues, tech companies big and small are increasingly expected to solve the former and speak out on the latter — a position that’s either totally fair or a too-high standard depending on who you ask. 1,253 more words