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The Future Will Be Made By Makers

Writing for The Atlantic, James Fallows is penning a series of articles about the Maker Movement and what he sees—we think rightly—as a major economic shift in the works:

I imagine that many readers might have heard of this movement or seen one of its Maker Faires. But my guess is that most people who aren’t directly involved think of it as fringe and hobby-minded, artsy-and-craftsy and hip rather than a serious economic, technological, and city-development force. I’ve come to disagree ...

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Givesurance Powers Charities With Your Insurance Payments

An alum of 500 Startups called Givesurance is making it easy for consumers to donate to charities. They've partnered with some of the largest insurance companies in the country to provide consumers with rebates on their insurance premiums of up to 5%, which can then be easily donated to any charitable organization.

We like this model because it lets consumers give without spending any more than they were spending before, while at the same time it provides the companies partnering with Givesurance an extra ...

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