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For the month of June, 30 Days of Creativity is urging people to take the time to make things.
Are collaborative consumption sites rendering Craigslist obsolete? This infograph shows how.
Now there's an incentive (albeit pretty small) to share your Kindle library via Lendle.
A Baltimore man is gathering volunteers for a plan to tweet the entirety of James Joyce's Ulysses on June 16. Sign up or learn more here.
New startup Camp in My Garden brings space-sharing to outdoor venues.
Is P2P currency experiment Bitcoin "the most dangerous technological project since the web itself?"
The City of Baltimore is trying to turn vacant houses into livable buildings with a new incentive program.
Plumen, the first designer energy-efficient lightbulb, is now available in the US.
Al Jazeera does a long segment about Anonymous, including an interview with a real live Anon.
- Photos from Make magazine's Maker Faire.
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