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From the 2011 Dell Social Innovations Challenge: This team is using e-waste as an energy source, which is especially exciting because things like batteries and power supplies are often discarded and therefore can be obtained freely (or very cheaply)

From the 2011 Dell Social Innovations Challenge: This team is using e-waste as an energy source, which is especially exciting because things like batteries and power supplies are often discarded and therefore can be obtained freely (or very cheaply)

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This idea builds on a lot of others, and focuses on re-branding bone marrow as well as making increasing the scope and ease of registration with a dash of product placement.

This idea builds on a lot of others, and focuses on re-branding bone marrow as well as making increasing the scope and ease of registration with a dash of product placement.

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Urban Tilth is a great organization that works in Contra Costa County, CA. They work with schools, communities, CBO's, government, individuals etc., to get people to grow 5% of their own food supply.

Urban Tilth is a great organization that works in Contra Costa County, CA. They work with schools, communities, CBO's, government, individuals etc., to get people to grow 5% of their own food supply.

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Alexis commented on Urbanized - documentary film about the design of cities

This was a really great film! Really highlighted how design elements of cities can promote (or inhibit) community.

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Alexis commented on Sunday Streets in San Francisco

Sunday Streets is such a fun event! Great way to connect with other neighborhoods and just see whats going on around the city.

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Alexis commented on Coworking spaces!

I really like this idea, since so many jobs can be done remotely this provides a great way for people to get the valuable input of "co-workers" to troubleshoot, and think through problems or projects without having actual co-workers and could be especially valuable to young people starting out freelancing.