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Andy Revkin Interviews Alex Steffen About New Worldchanging Book

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Andy Revkin talks to Alex Steffen about the new Worldchanging book, describing it as "the printed equivalent of a long hallway of marked doors, each giving an appealing glimpse of an issue -- "density done right," "ending violence," "reinventing the workplace" -- that is the equivalent of a trailer for a movie that's still in production." He discusses the recent closing of the Worldchanging website, the future of online journalism, and the ...




 

 

via internet culture celebrity Andy Revkin talks to Alex Steffen about the new Worldchanging book, describing it as "the printed equivalent of a long hallway of marked doors, each giving an appealing glimpse of an issue -- "density done right," "ending violence," "reinventing the workplace" -- that is the equivalent of a trailer for a movie that's still in production." He discusses the recent closing of the Worldchanging website, the future of online journalism, and the future in general:
Hope is something that you have against all logic. Optimism is something where you look at a situation and say good outcomes are possible here and you work to make them happen.
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