Dearest readers, here are our links of the week. For our American readers, this is a holiday Thursday, but every day is Thanksgiving at Shareable. So, no matter your nationality, celebrate by sharing the links you're thankful for in the comments.
Philadelphia releases its future bike-lane plans, and they're good news for my biking and skating friends in the city of brotherly love.
A new book celebrates ten years of the internet t-shirt design community Threadless.
The NY Times investigates the rise of corporate car-sharing (and the death of the company car).
Digg.com undergoes a controversial redesign and some critics claim the new model means a reduction in user participation.
From Reason, could vertical farming be the future of American agriculture?
A paper from Andrew J. Sutter of the Lyra Pacific Group: "Unlimited Growth and Innovation: Paradise or Paradox?"
- In America and abroad, students and young people are up to their necks in debt, but in The UK and Italy, they're not taking it lying down.
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