"A billion customers in the world, are waiting for a $2 pair of eyeglasses, a $10 solar lantern and a $100 house."
That's something to think about. Not in terms of exploitation, but in terms of wealth and opportunity creation. (The development of the easy-to-use, virtually crunch-proof windup $100 laptop - specifically designed to introduce computers and the internet to 3rd world children - is probably among the most ambitious of these types of endeavors, but also a great example of how we can start to create opportunity in regions of the world in which mere survival is still the order of the day.)
While everyone else is trying to appeal to the richest 10%, maybe, just maybe, the real opportunities are elsewhere
Guggenheim, Bowing to Animal-Rights Activists, Pulls Works From Show - The museum made the decision after it had come under unrelenting pressure from critics over three works that involve animals.
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