September 2, 2014


Posted by: of on 03/23/05

Good buddy Nick Aster, a great web designer and Movable Type jockey, who designed this site, as well as some Gawker Media properties and others, has just launched a blog with a conscience: TriplePundit, which he describes to me in an email as "geared towards MBA students and other interested people, and is a digest of daily information, oriented toward a triple-bottom-line (people, planet, profit) aproach to business."

I love that mission statement, both for its concision and its purpose. I just wish he’d post it to the site, as the current upper-left blurb doesn’t say it so well: "Bringing out the green in green: Triple Pundit is a daily serving of relevant, business focused news that will help you integrate the well-being of society & environment with success in business." (For one thing, I’d never heard the term "triple bottom line" before, though he writes about it like it’s something familiar; I do, however, LOVE the idea.)

In any event, way to have at it, Nick. Best of luck!


2 comments for TriplePundit »

  1. Duely noted! Getting that tagline to read properly has been driving me nuts… I shall edit. Thanks for the post!

    Comment by Nick Aster — March 23, 2005 @ 6:40 pm

  2. Thanks, Rick, for the heads up. There are very few blogs out there looking at corporate responsibility, the ‘triple bottom line’ (TBL), sustainability etc – so another is very welcome.

    As a blogger in this area myself, arguing that network applications like blogging and wikis could be important tools for delivering on the TBL, I suspect there needs to be a critical mass of us before we really start to make a splash. So if you know of others in this field do let let us know!

    Comment by Tim Aldrich — March 24, 2005 @ 7:07 am

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