Bikeshare programs have gained speed in recent years -- except where laws require riders to protect their heads. Can Seattle crack that nut?
In which our hero travels to South America with a little money and a lot of luck, and learns about the power of human generosity.
Turns out "ridesharing" isn't just for the techy-sharey set. In Washington and other cities, they've been doing it for decades -- no smartphone required.
Shareable founder Neal Gorenflo talks about crowdsourcing his life, his decision to give up his beloved surf wagon, and how sharing is reshaping the economy.
A young freelancer gives up writing in her pajamas to work in a shared office with a bunch of strangers.
The guy who brought you NextBus now kind of wants to kill buses altogether.
Remember when technology was going to shred our social fabric? Well, here’s an example of how it might be doing just the opposite.
Can companies like Airbnb survive in a hostile regulatory environment -- or even rewrite the rules? Maybe, but only if they're honest about what they're doing.
A new project aims to finance solar-power systems through a replenishing community fund -- and it's seeking donations.
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