Hey Shareable fans, here's our weekly links post. As always, don't let the sharing stop here, send these links on. And if you're lucky enough to be at SXSW this weekend, be sure to stop by the The New Sharing Economy panel on Saturday.
Taking car sharing to the next level, a Silicon Valley start-up wants electric car fans to share the juice.
For our wonky fans (like myself), Volume 5 of the International Journal of the Commons is now available.
The new smartphone app Sportaneous brings pick-up game organization into the 21st century.
Turns out sharing isn't just a human thing, even elephants get in on the action.
BLDGBLOG has a broad and wide-ranging interview with author and urban fabulist extraordinaire China Mieville.
At Salon, an article on an unlikely food (nettles) and the work of contemporary scavenging.
10 DIY projects you can do with beer cans and bottles (getting drunk is not one of them).
- In Madrid, one man builds a cathedral by himself, which would be impressive enough even if it weren't made of trash.
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