Here are the links that have been sitting open in my browser for the week, just waiting for Thursday when they're shared with you. Enjoy and pass 'em on.
From The Atlantic: student food co-ops coast-to-coast, food for people not for profit.
Laurie Penny at The New Statesman defends the squatters who set up a free school in British director Guy Ritchie's mansion.
Read about Surplus Gizmos in Oregon is where good electronics go when they die, only to be reborn.
For our crafty readers, five DIY craft projects for 2011, including some really neat house numbers.
Add your name to the list of supporters for the Open Source Hardware Statement of Principles and Definition 1.0 here.
Where are the cities drawing in the most educated folks? It's not New York anymore...
The techno-rabble that is Anonymous has been busy lately, sending solidarity and DDoS attacks to Libya, and working on their own mesh network guide.
From the Economic Intelligence Unit: the world's top livable cities - find out where you home ranks.
Readers still have a few days to enter MAKE magazine's tape-sculpture contest.
- Zen Car launches an all-electric car-sharing service in Brussels.
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