Welcome to our first links roundup of June, Shareable readers. That means there's fewer than 30 of these left this year, so enjoy.
- If you're a regular reader, these "10 signs web-based sharing is at a tipping point" should seem familiar.
One of the data points - Leading peer accommodation site Airbnb is closing a $100 million investment round on a $1 billion valuation.
Big Think asks "Is car-sharing the future of the auto industry?" We say: Duh.
- And as proof: P2P car-sharing company Getaround won TechCrunch's Disrupt award and the big check that comes with it.
Medill at Northwestern University writes on the new community sharing site OhSoWe, and check out Shareable's collaboration with OhSoWe here.
The International Monetary Fund is having a bad month, now they're bracing for a hacking attack from the non-group Anonymous over the Greek bailout.
Philadelphia's SEPTA public transit service now has a real-time tracking smart-phone app. Another way smartphones are the new Prius.
- How Google missed out on "the friend thing."
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