Links related to sharing presented in somewhat random fashion:
How the Sharing Economy is Booming Without Hurting the Environment
The sharing economy: make it sustainable
Airbnb and Hotels: What to Do About the Sharing Economy?
Report: Sharing is the New Buying, Winning in the Collaborative Economy – Jeremiah Owyang/Digital Business
The Other ‘Sharing’ Economy That’s About To Change The World
Mine, Yours, Ours: The Sharing Economy
Is sharing really green? (author version) – @MarcGunther
Debating the Sharing Economy – Outbounding
Sharewashing is the New Greenwashing
You’re not fooling us, Uber! 8 reasons why the “sharing economy” is all about corporate greed
How Airbynb and Lyft finally got Americans to trust one another
Who Shares? Who Doesn’t? Factors Associated with Openly Archiving Raw Research Data – PLOS ONE
The Environmental Case for the Sharing Economy
‘Sharing economy is another name for black economy’ – Abta chair
Uber Opens Car Sharing Service In Madrid And Taxi Drivers Demand Immediate Government Action | The Spain Report
UK Gov’s “Independent” Review Of Sharing Economy To Be Led By Sharing Economy Startup CEO | TechCrunch
The case for not sharing
The amazing true story of why we share content – Why do we share news stories with our friends and networks? Is it to be a good citizens or to present a certain image of ourselves to the world? Do we share stories because they are funny or counterintuitive or because they bring us to tears? Finally there is some data on what makes us want to send a story out into the wider world.
Share Wars (and the Likeable Engine)
We need the discourse of gifting and gift economics to appreciate the moral potential of the social web and create online communities based in trust, reputation, collaboration, and creativity.
– Tim Rayner, Sharing, Gifting, and the Moral Evolution of the Social Web @timrayner01
The key to a happy life on social media is to trust and nurture your peers and communities. Gift wisely and well, and seek to enrich your followers with quality content, and they will appreciate what you share and reward you for it sharing it.
– Tim Rayner, The Potlatch and the Panopticon: the yin and yang of social media gift economics @timrayner01
What will the UK collaborative economy look like in 2025? | Nesta