Here are some links we enjoyed from around the web this week. As always, enjoy and share your own in the comments.
Stewart Brand argues the future of the planet belongs to urban squatters.
A new law enabling peer-to-peer car sharing is taking off in California.
For those in the Baltimore area, "Create Baltimore" is on Saturday - I'll be there!
Owen Hatherly writes on how student protesters in England are changing the nature of public space.
From The Guardian, bike sharing + open data = really cool maps.
A special for Shareable readers: a discount subscription to Yes! magazine.
- And don't forget to register for the Shareable co-sponsored "Compostmodern" conference.
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