Monthly Archives: October 2012

Inside the Colorful Mind of a Man Banned from Apple’s App Store


Benjamin Poynter sees the world in a very unique way. A quick browse of his site will instantly reveal a bold, distinct, and technologically inspired manner of interpreting the world around him. … Read more

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We’re hiring for our Half the Sky team!


Experienced in digital and interested in being part of the solution to assist women and girls worldwide? Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof (New York Times journalist) and Sheryl WuDunn’s Half … Read more

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The Margaret Mead Film Festival Gets Leveled Up by Games for Change


The American Museum of Natural History is home to the annual Margaret Mead Film Festival Image © AMNH/Roderick MickensCreating a film festival in the name of Margaret Mead, one of … Read more

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Creating social commentary, one comic strip at a time


Steven Liang wants to change how we learn language, create public discourse, and create the means for more people to become content creators. At first blush, his Facebook app Wititudes, … Read more

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Ken Eklund on Crowdsourcing the Future of Education with Games


The actors behind “Ed Zed Omega”The following is a guest post by Josh Spiro, a new member of the Ed Zed Omega team, and a games for change blogger. School … Read more

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“A Fitting” game to explore body image


At one point in your life, you may have tried chemically altering your hair, tried on a pair of pants that were way too tight, or focused more on fashion … Read more

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