For all the negativity, misunderstanding, and bad things that happen every year, all over the world, it’s uplifting to be reminded that good things happen, too.
Author Archives: alexpearlman
Occupations of campuses on opposite coasts got underway last night, as University of California Berkeley and Harvard University students joined the Occupy movement.
In an attempt to make Occupy easier for the Facebook generation to digest, MTV aired laughable footage that will pass for the network’s coverage of the Occupation. (#Fail.)
After the events in Oakland, this generation has demonstrated that while we can stand up to our government, we can laugh at it in equal amounts.
A co-working space is where a start-up staff (or individuals) can work, renting out desks, rooms or floor space, and build a business in the presence of others attempting to do the same.
The American Jobs bill failing in the Senate was a reflection of Democrats beholden to corporate donors. Again.
When I heard about the new debit card fees, I said, ‘Screw your shareholders, Bank of America! They don’t need your concern right now, and they don’t deserve ours.’
If you haven’t been caught up with TNGG’s favorite summer project in a while, it’s time to re-engage, because they’re still out there!
Protesters have converged on Wall Street’s Zuccotti Park to protest the U.S. corporate system.
Newsflash: Millennials can laugh at ourselves, and we think the Venza commercials are pretty great. Here’s why.