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Like to buy stuff but looking to add some meaning to your purchase power? The April issue of Fast Company profiles new aggregate shopping website, Roozt, which collects cause-driven products into one site. As the article points out, time will tell if Roozt is tapping into just another yuppie-driven shopping trend or if having all the cause-related businesses in one place will change consumer patterns. Either way or both ways, we're usually down for new ways to shop. [Fast Company]