I'm honored to be speaking at Creative Commons Salon July 6th about online and offline sharing with Clement Alteresco of Parisoma coworking and Jack Herrick of Wikihow. Come meet the sharing community in San Francisco. You can watch it live or archived here. From CC's site:

At Creative Commons, we love to share.

And while CC is primarily known for its work enabling openness and collaboration in the digital world, we're interested in how the culture of sharing is changing offline life as well. Join us at the next CC Salon in San Francisco, where we'll present three projects focused on how sharing ideas, knowledge, and even physical space can revolutionize the way people create, work, and play.

The evening's presenters are Jack Herrick, founder of the collaborative how-to manual wikiHow; Clément Alteresco, COO of innovation/strategic development agency faberNovel, which founded collaborative workspace pariSoma; and Neal Gorenflo, founder of Shareable, a new magazine and online community dedicated to sharing.

You'll even have the chance to walk away with one of our cheerful new green I Love to Share shirts, which we'll be selling at the salon.

Hope to see you there!

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Neal Gorenflo


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Neal Gorenflo is the co-founder and board president of Shareable, an award-winning nonprofit news, action network, and consultancy for the sharing transformation. An epiphany in 2004 inspired Neal to

Things I share: Time with friends and family, stories, laughs, books, tools, ideas, nature, resources, passions, my network.