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Simply Living
... posted on May 17 2004, 227 reads


Decade of Dot-Orgs
The 1990s will be billed as a dot-com decade. But considering the worldwide explosion of social organizations that far exceeded the growth of technology firms, it probably should be known as the decade of the dot-orgs. In Canada, registered citizen groups grew more than 50% since 1987, to over 200,000, while in France, close to 70,000 new groups were registered each year in the 1990s. Twenty ye... posted on May 15 2004, 543 reads


I Believe
... posted on May 10 2004, 521 reads


Until Your Mud Settles
... posted on May 09 2004, 247 reads


Spare Some Change?
Ever get in a plane and have non-exchangeable coins in a foreign currency? You need to get rid of them but it's too late. Well, British Airways got the idea of asking folks to donate them to charity; they called the program "Change For Good." Research showed that one out of two folks contributed; ten years later, this program was adopted by various major airlines and has raised over $45 million... posted on May 08 2004, 1,279 reads


Musical Afterlife of Songbird
Eva believed in an afterlife, and she’s getting it—- at least musically. Before her tragic death, at the age of 33, Eva Cassidy had recorded two albums and sold it primarily from the trunk of her car. After she died in 1996, her friends published her work and almost overnight, a painfully shy, simple woman gifted with an angelic voice became a full-fledged legend. Her albums have now sold over ... posted on May 06 2004, 555 reads


Richest Man in Town
A trip to McDonald's typically costs him a hundred bucks. He'll search out the janitors and hand over $20 bills. "The woman cleaning the toilet can't speak English, she has nothing, and no one gives her anything," he explains. That's because Tom White is on a mission, to give away his entire fortune before he dies. Instead of "He who dies with the most toys wins", his bumper sticker would read: ... posted on May 05 2004, 606 reads


Every Action Counts
... posted on May 02 2004, 248 reads


Freed Hostages
Three Japanese friends went to Iraq to help the needy, to serve the children on the streets of a war torn country. When they were captured as hostages by Iraqi insurgents and then freed, they returned to a country that treated them as selfish fools, not heroes. "You got what you deserve!" read one handwritten sign, "You are Japan's shame" said another website, and the government itself announced... posted on May 01 2004, 1,209 reads


Song of a Bird
... posted on Apr 26 2004, 276 reads


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