Here are some links we at Shareable found interesting this week, and we've saved them for you. Hope you enjoy, and add your own below in the comments.
The excellent Free Technology Academy has a set of online courses on free, libre, and open source technology.
A new study from Stanford University looks at the growth of lifestyle organizing.
The great blog Hack A Day starts its official forum.
Why would a band leave social media for a stone age email list? Robin Davey of The Bastard Faries explains.
Greater Greater Washington has a map of D.C.'s bikeshare users.
Dave Zirin for The New Yorker tells the story of the most successful community-owned sports franchise in the country: the Superbowl-bound Greenbay Packers.
For our DIY web designers: how to make your own custom 404 error page.
The case for protecting for RSS feeds from its corporate enemies.
- How to make your own PirateBox, a portable P2P file server, for $100.
Franco Berardi for e-flux looks at the future of Europe: "Our main prospect is to shift to a new paradigm not centered on product growth, profit, and accumulation, but on the full unfolding of the power of collective intelligence."
Are we witnessing the advent of "open source insurgency?"
A new free smartphone app for Vancouver residents tracks street food carts.
A hacker's reward: Microsoft gives Sony PS3 modder George Hotz a new Windows phone.
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