Here are some links from the internets, which, if you were not in Egypt, you may have seen over the past week. If you were in Egypt or missed these articles for other reasons, we present them to you now:
Former Shareable editor and current inspiration Jeremy Adam Smith has an op-ed piece in The San Francisco Chronicle on the importance of paid family leave.
Three car sharing firms have stepped up to do P2P use in California after a change to the state's insurance laws.
Instructables has some easy and varyingly healthy Superbowl party snack recipes.
And speaking of Egypt, reading internet suppression in bit.ly usage stats and what the Electronic Frontiers Foundation is worried about in the U.S. cybersecurity proposals.
The joy of vandalism: beautiful video of a home-made automatic bike-rigged rainbow graffiti machine.
Slate has a series on new couples and sharing their finances.
Michael Fallon at Utne wonders where the artists will go if they can't afford hip cities.
House-sharing is even for the most glamorous residences.
- James Heartfield of the Centre for The Study of Democracy on the declining importance of intellectual property restrictions.
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