31 Dec '16, 9pm

@CleanTechnica

@CleanTechnica

If you look on the homepage in the right margin and scroll down some, you can see a section called “Members Doing Good.” There, you will see the names of members and their positive actions. This kind of personal goodness accounting and transparency could become normalized across apps and many more sites. It is sort of like crowdsourcing kindness. How much would such widespread information help inspire us, and encourage more positive actions?

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2016/12/31/crowdsourcing-kindne...

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