Happy Thursday! Here are some links from around the web we thought you might enjoy. Click, read, and pass 'em on.
- Could open-source farm equipment help build self-sustaining communities? TED fellow Marcin Jakubowski thinks so.
- From The Long Now Foundation, a proposal for a "seed library" with practical society-building knowledge. Just, you, know, in case of apocalypse.
- San Francisco artist Wendy Macnaughton sketches her neighborhood "microcommunities."
- LSD magazine (not what it sounds like) interviews and profiles Shareable contributor/hero Douglas Rushkoff.
- With the power of sharing (and smartphones) even the blind can see!
- In a development that could bring Linux to the mainstream: now you can boot it in your browser window.
- Congrats to ThredUP (profiled in Shareable here), the collaborative consumption company that shares kids' clothes, for raising $7 million in Series B funding.
- The Citizen Media Law Project introduces "Open Court" – a new way to share legal proceedings live.