Thanks to your support we reached over $3800 in contributions this week! We’re very excited about the possibility of reaching our first fundraising goal of $5000. In the meantime we’ve been too busy conducting video interviews to videoblog ourselves. Rest assured more videoblog updates will be on their way in the coming days. Here’s the list of our second round of interviewees:
Edward Harran is an attention philanthropist and former Palomar5 resident. He helps people spread, seed and share awesomeness. He’s currently experimenting with a micropatronage investment model to enable him to continue exploring a digitally (k)nomadic lifestyle.
Jessica Harris is the founder of Time Interchange New York and Co-Founder of One Blue Dot Share Networks, a platform where users can use their online social networks to to share skills, resources and goods and create their own complimentary currency.
Zaq Mosher is an abundance advocate and member of the MotiveSpace Coalition in Portland, a nonprofit community group researching models for sustainable property development.
Linus Olsson is the co-founder of Flattr, the world’s first social micro-payment system. He is also a web designer, photographer, coder, and a media producer with a dislike for copyright.
Stan Stalnaker is the founder and creative director of Hub Culture Ltd., a social network that merges online and physical world environments which uses Ven, a digital social currency priced in real time against a basket of currencies, commodities and carbon futures.
Caroline Woolard is co-founder of OurGoods, a barter network for cultural producers to exchange skills, space, labor and art objects. OurGoods manifests itself in Trade School, a non-traditional learning environment where students barter for instruction.
Georg Zoche is a lightweight aircraft diesel engine design engineer. Since 1996 he has explored the topic of “Global Governance”, resulting in a grassroots movement to establish a system of democratic representation within globalisation: The United Transnational Republics. Today, the “First Transnational Republic” has about 5000 citizens from over 100 nations.