“Kurt understands return on investment and how the marketplace can be used to speed up environmental efforts like salmon restoration. His film work and strategy has impressed people who are very tough customers.”
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What do you get when you combine the Woodland Park Zoo with the Seattle Aquarium, Islandwood, the Pacific Science Center, Burke Museum and the Museum of Flight? Continue reading
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Kony 2012 is now the most viral video in history. It has surpassed 100 million views in 6 days, and generated thousands more blogs, news stories, and response films. While the film was a huge success in terms of virality, much of the feedback and news that followed its initial boom was highly critical both of the organization, Invisible Children, and some of the choices they made in the film itself. Continue reading
In a recent Newsweek article, writer Andrew Sullivan compared the criticisms President Obama is receiving now against his actual record over the last four years. What he found were two very different people. Continue reading
Being told you are the generation to change the world is an interesting experience. It is especially interesting when it is backed up by hundreds of years of generational research. Continue reading
The story Barack Obama has told over the past couple years has been a very different one than many of us thought we would hear when we voted for him in 2008. Where did this gap come from, and what can we do to get the Obama of “Yes we can!” back? Continue reading