I've described how our circle of San Francisco families have launched a number of neighborhood projects--and in the Shareable article "Urban Butterflies," my pal Olivia Boler describes how started we started a group to explore the lifec. Read more »
Q: What are ways that nonprofit organizations can benefit from sharing… without losing autonomy?
Recently, I picked up a flyer for a theater company requesting a unique kind of donation: storage space. Read more »
Q: How open should a company be with financial information? Should they even be open about salaries and if so, why?
A: Srijan Technologies, an New Delhi, India-based IT consulting company engaged in designing and building web applications and . Read more »
I stroll down the aisle and sniff the basil carried on the air from the next stand over.
The sun is warm on my head, and there are children running about at my feet. They are not mine, but I know them all. Read more »
Childcare is very expensive—ask any working parent.
According to the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, full-time infant care in a childcare center in the District of Columbia averages $10,400 per year. Read more »