Instead of fighting the organic music sharing and streaming services that have popped up in recent years, some bands and labels are embracing them: using their networking power to spread their name and sound without the need for millions of dollars or a world tour.
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How important is transparency and community when launching a new crowdfunding project? The numbers don’t lie.
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An open-source project brings high-speed internet and an amazing sense of community and self-sufficiency to a village in Afghanistan. But the implications of uninhibited access could rock the developed world as well.
One of the key components of collaborative consumption is the idea that access is more important than ownership. By offering students a way to rent expensive textbooks instead of buying them, CampusBookRentals.com is changing the way students access the resources they need to have a successful college career.
If you plan on living in the same house for at least the next five years, exploring a solar leasing program could help you slash energy costs as well as improve on your home’s resale value.
Google and the Pacific Institute are teaming up to create a smartphone application that would allow users to share locations of public water fountains in an effort to combat bottled water consumption.
In the past, farming and gardening was a community-wide effort, so why not now?