Last week Science Friday featured Tom Kalil of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) talking about prizes, prize philanthropy, and government challenges. Hear it here: science friday (HT @pbftwit)
Doonesbury takes on the Giving Pledge: (Pictures may not render in email subscriptions - see blog on the web here. http://philanthropy.blogspot.com/ )
And Non Sequitur takes on Collaborative Consumption, which I wrote about yesterday:
Since yesterday's blog about What's Mine is Yours I've spent a lot of time thinking about libraries - which seem to me to be the quintessential example of community-based, publicly supported, material sharing. Museums and parks - especially those that are free to the public - also come to mind. Others?