Tonight's Goldstein on Gelt tackles two big issues that both make the world a better place. Doug's first guest, Moshe Weiss of Internet Rimon, speaks about how to make the internet a safer place both at home and at work. Does filtering really take away all the offensive material, and if so, does it also remove too much information? How can you filter but still make the most of the information superhighway?
In the second half of the show, listen to a fascinating interview with philanthropist Charles Bronfman, co-founder of Birthright, who talks about motivating the next generation to give. And which charities are the best ones to give to? The large ones or the smaller organizations? Find out about the possible future of philanthropy by listening to Goldstein on Gelt!
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