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October 20, 2006

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» (RED)emption...product red from the Weary Pilgrim
The following is from Mike Todd over in Vancouver, reflecting on the North American kick-off of the ( Red ) campaign on Oprah's show with Bono and guests. I share Mikes concerns, the paradox that we can't feed Africa per [Read More]

» Waving or Drowning?: Looking for some donors from Brutally Honest
Mike and Robert are raising funds for a good cause, how about considering helping. They're only looking for $10. I know you can afford it. Head over there and help them reach their goals. You'll feel better. Trust me. [Read More]

» Waving or Drowning?: (Red)emption from Author Intrusion
Link: Waving or Drowning?: (Red)emption. If you don't want to spend a bajillion dollars on an iPod to give ten dollars to helping get AIDS medication to Africa, Mike's doing something pretty cool over at his blog. This is old [Read More]

» Product Red, the Gap and some initial thoughts... from Towards Hope
I am impressed with the initiative that is Product Red simply because of the impact this will certainly have on the AIDS issue it seeks to address. For those who are not familiar with the initiative, see HERE for the [Read More]

» Product Red, the Gap and some initial thoughts... from Towards Hope
I am impressed with the initiative that is Product Red simply because of the impact this will certainly have on the AIDS issue it seeks to address. For those who are not familiar with the initiative, see HERE for the [Read More]

» (Red)emption from Sacred Scarred
If you haven't heard of Mike Todd and the (Red)emption campaign that he is spearheading in support of The Stephen Lewis Foundation as a compassionate [Read More]

» Better Late Than Never (Hopefully) from Ubuntu
Mike Todd (of the extremely excellent Waving or Drowning) has been part of a campaign called (Red)emption. It was created as a reaction to the Product (Red) campaign that launched last fall. I had some initial thoughts about the idea, [Read More]

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