An essential resource for breaking news and community organizing, Twitter has become much more than a way to broadcast what you're having for lunch. It's also a great place to lean more about the sharing revolution. As something of a super-Follow Friday, we've compiled the following list of our favorite Twitter users who are posting news and information about the new sharing economy. This is far from an exhaustive list, so please share your favorites in the comments below. And while you're checking out these great tweeps, how about following Shareable at shareabledesign?
That's us folks. Shareable Magazine's Twitter stream covering the sharing trend and offering the largest collection of sharing how-to posts.
Founder of p2pfoundation with updates on open and free, participatory, and commons developments.
On the Commons is a citizens’ network that highlights the importance of the commons in our lives, and promotes innovative commons-based solutions.
Author on the power of collaborative technologies to transform business, public services and the way we live.
Collaborative Consumption is the explosion in traditional sharing, lending, renting and swapping redefined through tech and peer communities
Sustainable service systems designs, critical design thinking from the Chair of Design Thinking and Sustainability department, School of Design Strategies, Parsons
Art and Life
Social change through simple living.
A nonprofit corporation dedicated to making it easier for people to share and build upon the work of others.
Designs participatory, interactive, slightly strange museum exhibits all over the place.
A diverse, non-partisan group of students and young people who are working to get their peers involved in the free culture movement.
Gray Area Foundation for the Arts is dedicated to building social consciousness through digital culture. They nurture connections between art, design, sound and technology.
Los Angeles freelance writer covering culture, literature and sustainable living.
Alternative economy - coops, timebanking, currencies, community self-sufficiency, and more.
Open source as applied to everything in work and life.
Open source hardware community. News, projects and tutorials from the first dedicated open hardware hosting service.
Twitter account for the magazine about coworking.
Media activist and publicist interested in food, activism, media, communications, and progressive business development
News and insights around the sharing economy
Collaborative consumption and social innovation tweeter extraordinaire.
Planning commissioner & civic blogger, tweeting about land use and local issues.
City/County Management Association: Leaders at the Core of Better Communities
Local & global urban affairs: City planning, health equity, governance 2.0, design, data & community indicator
Broken City Lab is an artist-led collective working in art and collaborative social practice, interested in the city, tactics, interventions, Windsor & Detroit.
Founding Principal of The Street Plans Collaborative. Co-Author of The Smart Growth Manual. Life is better on two wheels.
Passionate about acitivites that broaden our usage of urban functionality
Cities and social innovation in the digital age. Tweets a steady stream of urban goodness with a European perspective.
The Project for Public Space's news stream of the placemaking movement.
Communities and Neighborhoods
A great source of neighborhood community building tools and insights.
A fast growing peer to peer rental service.
Save and earn money by sharing your stuff with your neighbors.
Hyperlocavore.com is a yardsharing community.
Social & Community Entrepreneur, Brand & Business Strategist, Design Management.
A global community where access to goods and services trumps ownership.
A news stream of the cohousing movement, US focus.
Gov 2.0, open gov news, guides, TV, tech, people. Focusing on open air government.
Alex Howard, the Gov 2.0 Radar Correspondent for O'Reilly Media.
Recruiting top web professionals to give a year of service building web 2.0 apps for city governments.
Africa-based non-profit tech company that specializes in developing free and open source software for information collection,visualization and interactive mapping.
Using mobile technologies to support & strengthen humanitarian work in the fields of global health & disaster relief.
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