Consumers don't have much to go on if they want to consider the environmental or social impact of the phone they're buying. GoodGuide looks to fill the gap by expanding into electronics.
Webware 100 Editors' Choice: GoodGuide
Ratings site has added food to its list of earth- and body-friendly products.
Service will now tell you if the toy you want is safe. Having that info available on the run, via free iPhone app, makes it that much more useful.
We all liked this database of products' health and green aspects.
SustainAbility.com issues report card on leading corporate green lists, many criticized for lack of transparency and quality control.
editor's notebook S.F. confab devoted to sustainable design attempts to get the good ideas growing.
GoodGuide releases a free app that lets you scan an item's bar code and instantly retrieve info on that product's health, environmental, and social responsibility ratings.
Toys might top your kids' holiday lists this year, but finding safe toys for them might be a little difficult. This roundup offers resources for determining whether your prospective purchase is a safe toy.
Almost 630,000 votes were cast to determine this year's 100 best Web 2.0 apps. Big vote-getters were Gaia Online, Maxthon, Justin.TV--and lots of Google services.