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by gregg
Brandalism returns with 600 ad takeovers for the UN climate talks in Paris.


The Exchange

by gregg
The Exchange - the world’s first fashion boutique where you can’t buy anything with money but only with the currency of life – your organs.

Everyday Rebellion

by gregg
Democracy is like love. You need to make it everyday. Everyday Rebellion is a cross-media documentary about creative forms of nonviolent protest and civil disobedience worldwide.


À quoi ça sert de s'activer sur Internet ? Doctorow répond à Morozov - Framablog

by Monique

Internet n’est certainement pas synonyme de libération. Mais ce réseau possède des caractéristiques particulières qui font qu’il ne ressemble à rien de ce que l’on a connu auparavant. Raison de plus pour se battre afin de conserver son principe de neutralité et faire en sorte qu’il échappe au contrôle des États et aux logiques mercantiles des entreprises privées.


TakePart Social Action Network: Important Issues, Activism, Environmental, Human Rights, Political News

by gregg
Inform, Inspire, Act is an independent online community that connects its members directly to the issues that inspire them to engage, contribute and take action. Our team of editors, writers, and researchers curate and deliver actions in context with in-depth primers to the social, environmental, political and cultural issues of our day. Our growing global community includes citizens, activists, and large and small non-profits. We invite local and community groups to interact, explore issues, share resources, develop campaigns and use our platform to promote the causes they care most about.


by ycc2106 aims to address this need by serving as the central platform informing and empowering movements for social change around the most important issues of our time.

Save The Words

by gregg & 2 others
The Oxford dictionary has developed a hip new way to keep old, flagging words from disappearing entirely. On the interactive site, words like magistricide (the killing of a teacher or a master), tussicate (to cough) and scathefire (a great, destructive fire) vie for your attention visually and by cheerfully quipping “Pick me! Pick me!” as you mouse around the site homepage.



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