America's Remedy to Individualism

May 19, 2013 | Posted by Michael C. Phillip in

An interesting and pivotal change took place over the last century in the way philanthropy was practiced in America. In the 18th and 19th centuries, philanthropy was inherently communal. If you wanted to help orphans or ban the sale of alcohol, you would associate yourself with others in your township of the same mindset. You didn’t wait around for someone else to step in. Instead, you found... Read More


Post-Production Philanthropy

February 27, 2013 | Posted by Michael C. Phillip in

“Post-production” is the work performed on a piece of media, be it film, music, or photography, after the content itself has been captured. It is the “finishing” work applied to the substance of the art to make it ready for public consumption and dissemination. It is the third and final stage of the production process, following the pre-production (getting everything ready for the filming,... Read More


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