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    • Patrick McDonnell

      Hello, I know of Emily. We swim in the same circles. She's pretty great! Can't wait to see the documentary. Looks awesome!

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Fantastic! Loved your connection to creativity in developing world; I've seen amazing uses of creativity combined with resourcefulness of using local materials in Kenya Ghana and Haiti. Necessity is often the mother of invention and having to utilize what's on hand and in the moment leads to phenomenal and often very inexpensive solutions to problems. here's the "developed world" forming fewer assessments & task forces as well as LISTENING and Learning from the developing world who have so much to teach us about using local resources in innovative ways. Indeed supporting the economy in the developing world would be awesome in bringing out even more innovation. Thanks for connecting the dots. Here's to MacGyver!

    • Patrick McDonnell

      Actually, I saw that you followed her in my "For You" feed. I recognized the name, so I clicked on it. Then I saw that she was with Catapult Design, which of course is a big deal in the Community Design world. So I google her and found a bunch of YouTube videos. Then wallah, MacGyver post.

      I do this all the time - that's why I love the GOOD Social Platform. You see something new, follow the bread crumbs and it leads to awesomeness.

      • GOOD HQ

        LOVE IT!