blog

the evolving
manifesto

Our mission and purpose, explored through a variety of topics.

Our Numbers Are Growing

Learn how the Cultural Creatives demographic keeps growing. A significant force ready to reshape society.

Quick Exit for the Super Rich?

“I know hedge fund managers all over the world are buying airstrips and farms in places like New Zealand because they think they need a getaway.”

Google – Search, Email, Docs and… Killer Robots

A diatribe against Google — from user spying to Julian Assange to recent revelations that a major line has been crossed — they’ve now become a defense contractor.

“How the 1 percent is hijacking mindfulness.” Hmmm, scarrrry. When I first heard that Jon Kabat-Zinn was doing mindfulness courses at Google…

Mindfulness Lite

13.01.2015

Do you resonate with 10+ values on this list? Then you may be one of the Cultural Creatives.

“Surreal” just doesn’t quite cut it. Looking back on this six-year-old manifesto, I’m nearly speechless at both how right I was to leave as well as how disturbing Facebook has become.

If you’ve ever gazed at a small patch of grass or waded through endless photographs captured by the Hubble telescope, it is mind-numbingly obvious how abundant the universe is.

Apocalypse? Banks? Dangerous to put those two words together in a headline, isn’t it? Let’s look a little deeper.

transformation
and hope

Stories meant to inspire. That another world is not only possible, but already emerging.

Designing a New Vision of Sustainability

“Sustainability is like teenage sex… everyone says they’re doing it, but no one really is.” Say hello to Open State.

Interview with Filmmaker Isaac Blencowe

Interview with Tragedy & Hope filmmaker Isaac Blencowe, whose inspirational videos featuring Alan Watts and other speakers have touched millions.

The Third Industrial Revolution

The “Third Industrial Revolution” (in which diminishing costs will hit the transportation, production and energy sectors) is coming.

At first glance, maybe jaded cynicism. Possibly guarded optimism and longing. All these feelings and more.

What Napster was to content sharing, so will blockchain be to hundreds of new forms of digital exchange. Surf the Internet’s next big wave.

Sharing and collaboration or exploitation disguised as opportunity?