It's been a while. Here's a Sunday round-up:
- Once again, more young people want to become entrepreneurs.
- A ten-pound hairball has been removed from a girl's stomach. Yes, their is a (warning: graphic!) picture.
- Thanks to Jay for the link.
- And thanks to Reformed Mind for the link.
- And to Webbspun for the book mention.
- Here's a list of the 200 largest charities.
- Yep - young people really are giving back more and more. Check this out:
In the 1980s, he says, up-and-comers showed they "arrived" by purchasing expensive, flashy things. Now, younger professionals are starting to measure their success by the charitable boards they assist, and the dollars they can say they donated.
- Changing seats can change the world.
- Dixon's talking about a green burial.
- Here's a great post on the potential of Gen Y to make a difference, especially if they can bring everyone to the table together.
- The Queen thinks that young people can save the world.
- Here's a good article from the Washington Post on "Reverend Billy" and his crusade against consumerism.
- Rosetta Thurman shares some ideas on how to advance your nonprofit career.