That crisp hint of Autumn in the air means it's time to head back to school whether that's on campus or the school of life. Here's Shareable's reading list for the Fall. Please add your selections in comments. Read more »
This month Shareable is partnering with Heartland Circle to produce the September 17th Thought Leader Gathering at Fort Mason in San Francisco. The theme will be The Next Economy: Imagining a Law of Interdependence. Read more »
Aprovecho is a 40-acre center 15 miles south of Eugene, Oregon dedicated to researching and teaching sustainable living practices and green skills.
Rosie Kirincic works there with six other staff members. She lives with four of them on-site. Read more »
Shareable is teaming up with Independent Arts & Media to celebrate the holidays. I'll be giving a short talk about Shareable and facilitating a World Cafe discussion about creating a strong local culture through sharing. Read more »
Last night at Citizen Space Shareable co-hosted a talk by quantitative sociologist Harald Katzmair, Ph.D about the potential and pitfalls of web 2.0. The gist of Harald's talk was that web 2.0 can be a boon to social change or a trap. Read more »