ConsOm'Acts - ConsOmmation Collaborative
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Updated Thredup , an online exchange for children’s clothes, just announced that it has raised $7 million in a second round of funding. The site is aimed at parents who want to find a more economical/less wasteful way to update the wardrobe after their children have outgrown their clothes.
After 6 months of thinking *very hard* about the more controversial things of life, like democracy, creativity and the future of society, *quietly to myself*, I suddenly find myself almost ready to ‘think out loud’ again and publish some unfinished thoughts for others to consider. While this can feel very risky at times I consider that collaborative and public conversations around some of these difficult topics holds enormous value – so I invite you to agree, argue and criticise the ideas and suggestions below as strongly as possible – with a view that this process toughens thinking - hopefully making it more robust and useful.
In the wake of Airbnb's home-vandal scandal, start-ups in the collaborative consumption space are rebuilding peer-to-peer buying's reputation. Here's how.
Les préoccupations environnementales, la crise, mais aussi la résurgence du concept de « communauté » et le développement des technologies Peer to Peer sont à la base d’une véritable révolution appelée « Consommation Collaborative ».
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