On this week's show we consider a grim report for charity donations. And we’re either going to talk about Apple being proper knobbers again... or we're going to talk about Amazon being proper knobbers again. Exciting!
And we have a wonderful guest!
Lauren Kelly is here with us. Lauren is a thinker, tinkerer, and positive changer of behaviour at Behaviour Studio. You can find them @WeAreBehaviour
In other news....
Something fabulous, exciting and terrifying has happened this week. We have launched a crowdfunder and are aiming for £3000. If we hit that milestone, there's a chance that we might get natwest match funding.
You may not know this, but we’re a team of volunteers and we survive off favours, late nights and lunch times so some cash would help us reach more people and help us champion using tech for social good.
If you want to contribute to the work we’re doing, visit TechforGood.Live and click on “Crowdfunding” to support us.
We have fun rewards on offer such as... watch a Kurt Russell film with some of the team.
Or you can get a roast, i mean honest review, of your tech for good product. And much more!
So, please show us some love.
Topics on this week's show...
Stat of the week: Bleak news about charitable giving
Charity news of the week: UNICEF providing free course on social change
Tech news of the week: Apple is getting blatant with its anti-competitive behaviour, With update, Amazon hates humans
Rant of the week: Incoming censorship laws are a shit show
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