Before I get to begging for votes, I have to say thanks to our amazing members and the Shareable community! Thank you so much for making our national launch a huge success! It's been an amazing month. Read more »
Many of us would love to be rid of our RSS readers, to replace them with the socially-curated news feeds we get from Twitter or Facebook or Tumblr. Even when using the dominant client, Google Reader, browsing RSS feeds is problematic and frustrating. Read more »
The domination of the American landscape by the car is so complete that it is difficult to envision cities and towns where bicycles form more than a token part of the transportation backdrop. Read more »
San Franciscans tend to view the artificial Treasure Island as a blur on the bridge to the East Bay: the 400 acres have been semi-abandoned since the Navy shut down its base in 1997.
That's about to change. Read more »
We made the choice to step off instead of stepping down, but is it an equally harmful sort of materialism, cruising the aisles of thrift stores in search of the perfect used bathing suit?
I've been observing the trappings of our era of aff. Read more »