Here are some sharing-related stories from around the web we thought you might enjoy this week. And don't forget to pass 'em on.
Share SF is only two days away!
WeTap looks to electronically map free water fountains.
The mysterious charms of Washington DC's alleys.
Thor is a public-domain superhero, but he's not the only one.
A DIYer plea to electronics manufacturers: If you're going to kill a product, open-source it.
TechCrunch takes a look at the move toward P2P evolution.
Theo Jansen's "strand beast' kinetic sculptures collide with 3D printing, now you can have your own!
- Coca Cola and the problems of green capitalism.
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