Are you seriously supposed to share those black-market antibiotics that you worked REALLY hard to acquire with whatever random person happens to get strep throat after SHTF? In the 2013 post-Apocalyptic film Goodbye World, the answer is yes. In Goodbye World, we’ll ignore the suspiciously gaudy affluence of a multi-storied off-the-grid home run by two […]
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- DOWNSIZE + RIGHT SIZE
- FOOD + FARMING
- KEEP YOUR TECH ALIVE
- OFF THE GRID
- URBAN SURVIVAL
- ZOMBIES, ETC.
As a welcome slap in the face to smaller towns like Oak Park, Michigan, and Leawood, Kansas, that bafflingly prohibit such healthy, pro-community projects as vegetable gardens and Little Free Libraries in property owners’ own front yards, Chicago, Illinois is permitting property owners in greater Englewood to purchase city-owned vacant lots at $1 per parcel, and […]
Lots of post-apocalyptic fic features cannibalism, and that’s not OK- both ethically (don’t eat me, please) or from a survival point of view. Find out why.
Two awesome sharing services, TaskRabbit and reCrib, recently joined forces to make it easier for parents of small children to reduce waste and save time without adding a million extra errands to their day.
To help you explore the new and exciting sharing economy, we’ve collected four collaborative consumption trends poised to explode in the next year.
A new study found that a good 80 percent of British citizens are happier when they share.
The landmark bill will make it possible for companies to offer equity-based crowdfunding opportunities to investors and startups to spur capital formation without involving the Big Banks.
We’re so excited about the implications of this legislative boost we can’t put it into words. But we can show you a picture.