Links for May 15, 2007

I designed a site for a friend of mine in Peterborough who planted a church called The Third Space. This site is called Crooked Letters and its mixed full of all different types of writing. They are really creative, hilarious and refreshingly honest so enjoy…
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Jordon linked to a few interesting articles on Poverty. The Poverty Business: Inside U.S. companies’ audacious drive to extract more profits from the nation’s working poor
Cutting the Cost of Poverty Scholars are taking a fresh look at the financial problems of the working poor, and have some new suggestions on how to address them
The Economics of the Poverty Business
Researchers are digging deeper to learn more about the high cost of being poor, and its impact on the overall economy

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Joe is doing a series right now on the new economy based on some ideas we’ve been tossing around to what it means for Christ followers to use and be in a world saturated with money.
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Some cool videos and resources
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David Fitch linked to some helpful articles, more specfically the ones that I’m really processing right now What About Kids In Organic Church? and Alternative Economics
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If your not reading Dan’s current series on Christianity and Capitalism, you should be, it will get you thinking all over again.
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Dave posts about a conversation we had about Wal Mart the other day, which I think I will post soon about why I still shop at Wal Mart.
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An interesting blog dedicated to experiential marketing
. Some wild and creative ideas. And I thought it was funny to put this link after Dave’s link.

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