Welcome to another This Week in Sharing, I'm your host Malcolm, and here are the stars of our show, the fabulous and clickable Links:
Governments have proven almost as stubborn as corporations when it comes to relaxing intellectual property restrictions. Which is why a recent pledge by the British government is so surprising.
Despite losses, car-sharing service ZipCar is still beating Wall Street expectations and making share-holders happy.
An award-winning Indian design for a backpack/pushcart is turning heads with its functionality, style, and low price.
Google cries foul as Microsoft, Apple, and others use old patents to try to push up the prices on Android devices.
We know we waste, but sometimes confronting the reality in any sector can be shocking. It certainly is in the fish industry.
In Baltimore, when cities close public pools, people open up fire hydrants.
- There are a lot of arguments for relaxing copyright protections, this blog post argues that open access is a feminist program.
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