This week in sharing is back in its old spot on Thursday. It turns out Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest. Just got the memo. Take these links as penance:
At Wired's GeekDad blog, the five best toys for kids. And at a time when these seasonal lists from magazines usually include a lot of favors for advertisers, I think this one is pretty good.
Lots of groups want to claim credit for Occupy Wall Street, but it's sort of hard for anarchists to do that. So David Graeber (one of us!) explains it.
Behind the screens, who are the people really doing lifestyle blogging? Nona Willis Aronowitz checks, and it turns out the answer is surprising.
If the US economy is trying to create jobs, why shouldn't they be really good jobs? The National Cooperative Development Act might just help.
Tomorrow night, it won't just be Wall Street that's occupied, it'll be Broadway too.
You may have heard about it on Kickstarter, but now it's here with no time to spare: Coopoloy! The official board game of parents who don't want to raise monopolists.
Sometimes it's up to those in the know to publicize alternative models for ingrained social structures, so check out this Kickstarter for a documentray on a free school with that in mind.
- Is it finally time for participatory budgeting to break into the mainstream? If you have an idea how, submit it to this call for papers.
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