Congrats, you've made it another week. Although it's small reward compared to the love of your friends and family, here are some internet links. Enjoy.
Slate has a feature on peer-to-peer lending.
- The Austrian region of Linz has declared itself "Open Commons Region Linz." It's got a nice ring to it, I think.
From Salon's Scavenger series: Searching for and cooking wild fiddleheads.
First they had The Pirate Party, now file-sharers are starting a religion.
Don't miss the May 3rd webinar with sharing lawyer and Shareable buddy Janelle Orsi - "Transitioning to a sharing economy".
Could "open genomics" help scientists avoid errors?
At AirBNB, rent the country of Liechtenstein - only $70,000 per night.
Adobe announced it will start renting out its acclaimed (and expensive) design software.
A new way to use Twitter hashtag conversations in e-books.
- If the social media landscape were a high school class, this would be its yearbook.
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