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WAIW | Privilege & Big Babies

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When it comes to talking about privilege, it's not long before a big baby or two shows up. Read More »

WAIW | Until It’s Gone

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For many of you, access to clean water is a given. Sadly, for plenty of other people (including myself up until an hour or so ago), that access isn't guaranteed. Read More »

Rant or Rave | A New YouTube Series

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T.O.F.U. has a new series on YouTube. Well, actually it's a little old, but according to the blog it's new! Read More »

T.O.F.U. Questions | Why Pay-What-You-Can?

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For most small businesses, making money isn't easy, even with the usual financial models. So, when you do things a little differently, it's not surprising that people have questions. Read More »

An elephant we’ll never forget (The GoDaddy scandal)

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The problem is Bob Parsons should have been on everyone's radar a long time ago, and he should have received the scuzzy CEO award from PETA much earlier as well. Shooting an elephant in the dark is not the only reason Parsons should be criticized. Read More »

Intersectionality: when one -ism leads to far too many

It’s been touched on a bit here and there through the magazine and the blog, and I’m certain I’ve discussed it with numerous people in person, but I feel it bears repeating. Especially when the words written by Stephanie Lai are better than those I’ve written on the subject. So, for your consideration, here is […]