Weekly Passport: Internet Freedom for All, Crazy People, and the Downside of Upworthy
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Weekly Passport: Internet Freedom for All, Crazy People, and the Downside of Upworthy

Contrary to popular opinion, the internet isn’t free—but Anne Jellema wants to make it so ~ The Awesome Foundation proves that ROI isn’t the most important factor when investing in good ideas ~ Crazy people doing crazy things make the craziest difference ~ More than a third of web traffic is automated, making us more vulnerable online ~ Upworthy dumbs down the world Continue reading »

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Thinking About Borders
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Thinking About Borders

Today’s post comes from Anya Zakhour, a Thinking Beyond Borders fellow from San Francisco, CA currently volunteering in South Africa. Follow her gap-year blog for more thoughtful reflections on engaging abroad with curiosity and compassion. Up until now it’s been very windy. I’m not talking small-time “open your mouth, eat some hair” type of wind. I’m talking about … Continue reading »

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Experience the World. Become an Everyday Ambassador.
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Experience the World. Become an Everyday Ambassador.

Today’s post was written by EA’s founder and director Kate Otto for the Perspectives series of the blog United Planet. This series aims to illuminate different viewpoints and foster open discussion and cross-cultural understanding between people of all different backgrounds. Like Everyday Ambassador, United Planet works to build a world in which all people understand, respect, … Continue reading »

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