I love apathy
Since I "review" websites and this is a website and I get points for it I thought I'd "review" this website.
Fist of all I have to wonder why they didn't bother to put an explanation about what the website is on the first page. It seems like more and more people are assuming that if you've come to the website then you already know why you're here. Sounds like bad marketing to me.
"If you don't know what Coke is I'm not going to tell you."
Let me give a brief explanation of what they say Dropping knowledge is, its a way for the global community to voice their concerns and be heard by the world.
Now let me give you a brief explanation of what it is, it's a website where you can post comments and where there are so many comments that it's very unlikely anyone will read them except for the 100 (big whopping number) questions that they choose to answer at a conference in Berlin. So make your question intelligent sounding and pop knowledge enough so that everyone can agree it was a valid question. That way when all these scientists, philosophers, activists... Social entrepreneurs...Writers? Artists? Seriously who are these people and why should I care about then answering my question? They have no authority or power I might as well write a blog...
But I understand if you want to hold out hope because this is the kind of hope made my a movie director and his friends who I've never heard of funded by a non-profit that they're trustees of... Anyone else catch that they are trustees of a fund set up to give donation and it donated to the trustees. Yup, sounds great!
My question, "Why can't we let the folks in the middle east kill each other off and have it done already?" Yeah I really submitted it, couldn't help myself.