There are never enough hours in the day to cover everything worth sharing, so here are some stories we didn't have time to explore:
The Seattle Times reports on colleges successfully using car-sharing to cut down on campus vehicles.
In Chicago, laid off transit workers are trying to take matters into their own hands with a co-op bus line.
Upstart OR Books is changing the publishing landscape, one reader at a time. Read more about their model here.
A new report out of Canada claims reducing urban sprawl could save the environment and taxpayers a lot of money.
London is trying a counter-intuitive plan to reduce urban crime before the 2012 Olympics: increasing open public spaces.
At The New Inquiry, Rob Horning argues for the importance of painful love in the digital era.
Oct.10 (10/10/10) is an international day of celebration for climate solutions. Here are (10) ideas from 350.org on how to spend the day.
The DIY site Instructables is holding their annual Halloween contest, enter your spookiest project and win.
Facebook revealed three new features, and even the Electronic Frontier Foundation seems pleased with the new privacy settings.
- In this new TED talk, MycoBond co-inventor Eben Bayer explains how mushrooms could be the new plastic:
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