Sharing is the New Owning

Sharing is the New Owning
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Jo Ann

This has some very interesting concepts in it. I hope we can get society to embrace these ideas.

Paul avatar

A great look into not just how people are contributing to a collaborative economy, but their reasons and rationalizations on how we can and should be collaborating and sharing, not just consuming.

Simon avatar

Our society is clearly shifting towards this new form of economy, and this is awesome! I'm fully supportive of initiatives like time-banks and anything that is based on sharing/swapping. Consume less, share more!
However, I'd be slightly more cautious when it comes to paid services, ...Read more

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