Doing a World of Good

Oct 08 2008

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One of the neat things about the web is the way it connects people with businesses, products, services, and other people that they wouldn’t otherwise have known about. There are just so many neat things out there.

And sometimes, those things are good for everyone involved.

Such is the case with WorldOfGood.com, an eBay-sponsored site of cool products made by individuals and eco-friendly small businesses around the globe. The idea: connect Brazilian farmers, African jewelry makers, Indian paper-makers, middle American housewives, and Eastern European weavers with those who can buy their work.

Everybody wins: shoppers get cool, distinctive, high-quality objects—like journals, serving bowls, and necklaces—and the producers get a good price for their work.

If you’re looking for memorable gifts, WorldOfGood is a great place to start.

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