How to live as a mystic in the global technocracy – a fresh look at the intersection of plant medicines, indigenous wisdom, planetary culture, pirate economies, radical love, and singing songs with wild animals. Sophia’s currently at work on a number of co…
Since the project started in 2011, neighbors in Geneva have exchanged 32 tons of free goods.
Laine Laroche helps people find and live their life’s purpose. As a Hitchhiker and Train Hopper turned Silicon Valley Executive, Laine uses her street smarts and business skills to turn divine purpose into a sustainable and lucrative path.
Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism, revealing how the money system has contributed to alienation, competition, and scarcity, destroyed community, and necessitated endless growth.
When the cryptocurrency darkcoin launched earlier this year, it distinguished itself from dozens of bitcoin copycats by promising to keep users’ transactions far more anonymous than its predecessor. Now that promise is being tested in the Internet’s fastest-growing proving ground for privacy technologies: the online black market for drugs.
First big U.S. online retailer to accept it The online retailer Overstock plans to accept the digital currency Bitcoin next year, the company’s top executive told the Financial Times, becoming the first big American online retailer to do so. Patrick Byrne said the online general merchandise shop plans to start taking Bitcoin as early as the second quarter in 2014.
Rose Broome was walking on a cold night in San Francisco when she noticed a homeless woman living on the street. She thought, there must be a service to help people in need get crucial items like food and personal hygiene products, with some amount of transparency.