As far as the clocks are concerned, Spring is already sprung. What better way to celebrate the new season than clicking on a bunch of internet links? Alright, maybe not, but if you're here anyway…
- Shareable is up for a big grant, you can help by liking our application here.
- It's always fascinating watching the business press react to the rise of collaborative consumption. For Forbes, it has jumped from up-and-coming to ubiquitous.
- No one wants to see their kids hurt, but there are worse kinds of damage than skinned knees. Maybe super-safe playgrounds are causing more harm than good.
- Say you want to leave your mark on a public space, but the idea of spraying toxic paint in the environment makes you cringe. Why don't try some moss graffiti?
- Evolutionary neurobiologist Mark Changizi wonders: "Are We “Meant” to Have Language and Music?"
- At SXSW, first-time writer director Adam Leon won the Grand Jury Prize for best narrative feature for his film about graffiti Gimme Some Loot.
- Proposed video game "Double Fine Adventure" has hit the jackpot on crowd-funding site Kickstarter, raking in over $3 million in crowd-capital.
- It's tough to properly credit curation work on the internet, but could a couple unicode symbols change that?