By James Bradfield Moody, founder and CEO of sharing platform TuShare, former executive director, development at CSIRO and co-author of The Sixth Wave: How to Succeed in a Resource Limited World. Sharing isn’t new.
The rise of the sharing economy: rent out gadgets, cars and even your home Tech Advisor The sharing economy has really taken off in recent years and a typical example is Airbnb (right). This caters for two types of people.
In 'Sharing is Good,' Beth Buczynski discusses how we can all benefit from sharing and provides tips and resources for getting started. (So cool Beth! :) RT @ecosphericblog: Thanks to @MotherNatureNet for this awesome review of @TheSharingBook!
It’s being called the “Sharing Economy,” “Mesh Economy,” “Collaborative Consumption,” and now the “Collaborative Economy.” Whatever term prevails, it’s about a more efficient way of using valuable resources to benefit people, business and the...
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