Amidst an economic revolution, we have more commercial real estate than we will ever need. Meanwhile, the nature of work is radically transforming. Liquidspace's Mark Gilbreath on this new intersection of people and workplace.
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Three years ago, two friends and I wondered: could students pay teachers with vegetables, chocolate, and advice? Would teachers feel comfortable asking students for help? Would anyone get excited about bartering for knowledge?
In 2010, Rich Wa. Read more »
This week Shareable is living it up in Austin, Texas at the cultural phenomenon called SXSW. Monday the 12th we're even hosting a party with free drinks, food, and dancing. If you're in the area, make sure to stop by. Read more »
An interview with Laurence Schechtman who is founder and coordinator for Neighborhood Vegetables — a grassroots network of 2,500 volunteers who help each other plant organic vegetable gardens. Read more »