Lowercase People

I’m digging the new online collective that Jon Foreman and the Switchfoot gang have pieced together. Jon, in trying to expand his efforts of changing the way people think and along the way raising some mega cash for his humanitarian causes, have created Lowercase People (www.lowercasepeople.com)

i.e. I’m jacked for my buddy Brent Cole who is the managing editor.

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