Trump vs the govt's @sweden Twitter account/we profiled you in our book The Athena Doctrine #JeSuisIKEA https://t.co/6ovyVq3Xk4
Refugees’ Stories Told Through Their Smartphones - WIRED https://t.co/VMvsZL1Dms
The best US presidents, as ranked by presidential historians - Quartz https://t.co/9Iqol48n5J
The Age of Rudeness, via @nytimes https://t.co/b6zhrl1K6K
13 Great Stories That Have Nothing to Do With Politics, via @nytimes https://t.co/mXT3qtZJgn
How Fullscreen is trying to turn YouTube stars into premium TV you'll actually pay for https://t.co/5yiRvoU6C6
Berlin’s “sprayer granny” has been purging her city of racist propaganda for 30 years, one flyer at a time https://t.co/IMZZgdLxkM
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This app connects refugees to volunteer translators via Facebook Messenger https://t.co/Z9rGiisqBM
MoMA has swapped out Picasso and Matisse paintings for works by artists from Muslim-majority countries https://t.co/4ECrrokWO0
Twitter accounts really are echo chambers, study finds https://t.co/GLjzZW37c2 via @ScottMonty
RT @SteveSchmidtSES: This might well be the must read of the day. Deeply inspiring. https://t.co/NfPqAbsZAA
In the time you spend on social media each year, you could read 200 books https://t.co/oOC4PHcg7J
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58% of people agree that if there were more women in power, there would be greater economic prosperity.
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It takes a village to solve a problem. That's why 85% of people agree with the statement, "Problems are better solved by local communities than the government."
Beyonce & Jay-Z. Sergey Brin & Larry Page. Ben & Jerry. Great things happen when people work together. What does it mean for today's world? The ability to play nice in the sandbox has never been more important than it is right now.
While women have come a long way, there is still a great distance to go. As of 2013, only 17% of the more than 5,000 corporate board seats for S&P 500 companies are occupied by women. What does this say about the world? There is a growing demand for women in power and a deficit of powerful women.