This is our final links roundup of the year, so we hope you enjoy it. See you in 2011!
Massachusetts, in an effort to reduce driving, is set to experiment with pay-as-you-drive auto insurance.
Wired's Threat Level blog talks to some members of the DIY transhumanist community.
John de Graaf argues for less work and more life and the great Wendell Berry responds.
And Chris Maisano for Jacobin tells his own story about his reduced work week in "Take This Job and Share It".
Salon's Michelle Fitzsimmons interviews Barbara Ray, co-author of Not Quite Adults, a new book on the work and life habits of millenials.
Make the best of a blizzard situation and enter Instructable's snow sculpture contest.
Amazon will allow its Kindles to share books now ... sorta.
- Car-sharing has really high capital costs, but is thriving anyway.
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