As was last week, as will be next week, here are some sharing-related links from around the web. Enjoy and don't forget to share them on.
RelayRides pushes peer-to-peer car sharing forward in California.
Google finally plans to make the cloud useful offline as well - which means gmail and docs whenever and wherever.
And speaking of Google, now Washington DC's public transit information is now available to the company's map program.
At The New Inquiry, Rob Horning looks at how social networking has affected his shyness.
A New York City assemblyman tries to fight gentrificiation by going after real estate agents and their neighborhood naming scam.
Former Shareable editor Jeremy Adam Smith writes for SF Public Press on the news consequences of reporter layoffs.
For our DIY electronics readers: How to roll your own capcitors.
While no one was looking, Facebook and Twitter quietly kill RSS functionality.
- The new project OpenStack offers cloud-computing solutions with an open platform.
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