A good idea.
Not too clever.
This was Greg Gopman’s first week at Twitter. Today was his last day.
A cohort of 70 publications and broadcasters flooded their channels with articles about homelessness in San Fran, and these were some of the best and worst ideas put forward.
The darker side of the most populous city in Thailand.
He only lasted for 10 minutes before asking to be let out which is quite a telling piece of art criticism.
It sounds like something out of an Orwell novel, but it's totally voluntary and to help officials determine where things like shelters would be needed most.
Exceptionally shitty time had.
Adverts for a Canadian homeless shelter have added one rather charming twist to the current war on homelessness -- they transform into a miniature person-shelter ideal for sleeping rough under when it's raining.
Internet power solves societal ill.
Should we be fortifying buildings against the homeless? Probably not, but we have to ask this following a recent move by a south London building company.