Having an online business is quite possibly one of the greatest ways to make a living. Being able to create an income with just a computer and a phone is a freedom like none other. It’s a ton of work, don’t get me wrong, but you get to forgo a commute, office politics, showers…
The notion of privacy has been shifting in recent decades, especially where internet use intersects with capitalism. While users are careful about what pictures they share, many still voluntarily give away their private information. This article examines the blind faith in tech privacy today.
When I interviewed stage and screen actress Ashley Bell about her new documentary “Love and Bananas: An Elephant’s Story,” about the plight of Asian elephants, when she won the Women in the Green Economy Leadership Award from Earth Day Network, she gave career advice that applies to any field.
The next time your friends show you a photo of themselves riding an elephant, you might wince after watching Ashley Bell’s documentary. It’s the story of rescuing Asian elephants from the cruelty they endure for our “entertainment.” Bell calls it “an action adventure story,” yet it’s so much more.