Social Enterprise Must-Read Blog

Published October 19, 2009 by John

A great blog, plain and simple: Social Entrepreneurship at Change.org. I found it earlier this year, but hadn’t read it in a a couple of months, and found that even with close to 200 posts to catch up on, I was reading, and being awed or inspired by almost every single one.

The blogger, Nathaniel Whittemore, has a wonderful way of explaining, synthesizing or amplifying the hugely varied work being carried out in the social enterprise world. Or just giving insightful takes on the events of the day. Take a look, for example, at his take on the Kiva controversy (how they presented their process with how it actually worked) or the Peace Prize for Obama.

Enough writing, back to reading.

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  1. Allison says:

    Sorry to start this thread OT, but I have a strange question for you. I found your blog searching for video of the 1973 Wisconsin vs. Cornell NCAA semi-final. My father was at that game and I’ve never been able to find video of it. You mentioned watching it on TV at the time and I was wondering if, by any small chance, you remember the station it was on. I’m desperate for a recording of that game for my father.

    Any advice you could give would be much appreciated. Thank you! And SIEVE SIEVE SIEVE!

    A.

    ps. ahantschel @ dailycardinal dot net

    Posted October 31, 2009 @ 1:22 am
  2. John says:

    No, I don’t remember what station it was on, but I’d love to find video of it as well. You might contact the Athletic Department and see if they may have any leads.

    Posted November 3, 2009 @ 8:43 am

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