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Another brilliant interview by Alec Baldwin (@heresthething - @AlecBaldwin). This time with Howard Schultz of @Starbucks. A great listen for anyone who a) loves business; b) loves corporate social responsibility; c) loves coffee; or d) loves a good story (hint: he's got a good woman). Schultz is a Brooklyn boy whose father worked menial jobs to support the family, Schultz thought his way out would be through sport. That is, however, until he broke his jaw on the football field at 18 (an injury from which Schultz is still recovering). For the next three years, he made cold calls, a job he hated but which ultimately taught

Congress is broken. 80% of Americans agree. Its decisions are driven by a handful of wealthy individuals, it is incapable of working together to enact real change, and its members spend too much time dialing for dollars. Let's fix it. We need an honest, accountable Congress, but trying to win each congressional seat one-by-one is impossible. So let's replace Congress all at once. Our plan is to recruit and run 400+ candidates as a single, unified campaign with a single plan. By giving the people an option for big, tangible change, we plan to whip up the same enthusiasm, volunteerism, voter turnout, and grassroots donations as

Today's Cool Site of the Day is 'Maroon 5 for Ethiopia', a charity:water project that is giving away a guitar from Maroon 5 to one lucky donor. Help give someone clean water . There are 750 million people who don’t have access to one of life’s most basic needs: clean water. Let's change that. For every $30 you give, which will bring clean water to one person, you'll get a chance to win a signed guitar from Maroon 5. Add this page to your ‘charity' related bookmarks. And see and vote for today’s site here (on the day of this post) and give it a ‘thumbs up’