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Change Agents

Posted by admin | September 9th, 2007 | Filed under Environmental Change, Positive Change, Sustainability

Picture 1.pngWhen we launched The Thought Kitchen it was our aspiration to make it a venue for robust dialogue and conversation. Well, a few months ago, as a result one of my posts, I began an online exchange that subsequently turned into a telephone exchange with Deron Triff and Alex Hoffman, the founders of Changents. Deron and Alex are inspired and inspiring. Changents is a recently birthed (alpha stage) socially progressive media company that is providing a forum for people who are “asking tough questions about society and demanding a platform for their voice and expression.” They’re definitely our kindred spirits, particularly given that they’re into showcasing inspiring stories of positive change within a social networking community and closing the loop by providing tools to take action. I harbor a strong suspicion that we’ll be hearing more about these guys and their emerging community, but in the mean time I encourage you to take a peek for yourself.

4 Responses to “Change Agents”

  • September 9, 2007 at 10:23 pm | Victoria E says

    What a great organization – I shall add it to the list of eco-links on my site :)

  • September 27, 2007 at 12:27 pm | shaun maxwell says

    love clothes would love to weare some for next months issue you will get credit for clothing if you want to provide some of your fall line contact me by email or mobil # 805 280 1328 i will plug any cloting with your company name to give you guys exposure i meet you guys @ the avalon about a mounth ago im the assistant stylist for the pussy cat dolls and a pro for M.A.C cosmetics please contact me as soon as possible thaks you guys!!!

  • October 3, 2007 at 3:19 pm | James David says

    Thank you for this! Your blog is amazing, keep up the good work.

  • October 4, 2007 at 11:39 am | ian says


    Thanks for your interest and support. Its really appreciated.

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