Shareable Magazine and Latitude Research's The New Sharing Economy study released today indicates that online sharing does indeed seem to encourage people to share offline resources such as cars and bikes, largely because they are learning to tru. Read more »
I'm far from an early adopter of new gadgets. It took me three years to buy an iPhone, though I'd coveted it since its release date. My printer and scanner were bought at a thrift store three years ago for $10. Read more »
The Age of Empathy: Nature's Lessons for a Kinder Society, by Frans de Waal (Harmony Books): We often fancy that chimps and other nonhuman primates live in a state of constant competition and violence—an image, we fear, that also applies to. Read more »
I’m just back from an invigorating bike ride. Nothing unusual about that.
I bike almost every afternoon—not only for exercise but for the mental lift that comes from feeling the wind in my face and blood pumping through my body. Read more »
There is a phone, there is a phone, there is a phone like no phone that was ever hatched by the feverish imaginations of the world's phone manufacturers, a phone so small and so featureful and so perfect for my needs that it couldn't possibly. Read more »