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The Master List of the Collaborative Economy: Rent and Trade Everything

The Master List of the Collaborative Economy: Rent and Trade Everything
My next Open Research report (see my body of research) will be about the Rise of the Collaborative Economy. If you’d like to be interviewed for this upcoming report, please fill out this submission form. In my career as an analyst, I often list all the players in a category, announce a formal research effort, then publish a series of analyses, as part of my continuing methodology. In this case I will also be presenting my findings as a speaker at LeWeb, whose theme, “Digital Hippies” is directly related to this trend. Thanks to friend Loic Lemeur for triggering this idea. [Collaborative Economy Defined: A digital system that manages the coordination of buyers and sellers who offer or exchange used products and remnant services] [Market impact: These startups enable the crowd to get what they need from each other –rather than go to corporations] The Three Categories of Collaborative Economy Markets Within this market, there are multiple use scenarios. Related:  Sites dédiésEconomie & Finance

30+ Cool Content Curation Tools for Personal & Professional Use As the web becomes more and more inundated with blogs, videos, tweets, status updates, news, articles, and countless other forms of content, “information overload” is something we all seem to suffer. It is becoming more difficult to weed through all the “stuff” out there and pluck out the best, most share-worthy tidbits of information, especially if your topic is niche. Let’s face it, Google definitely has its shortcomings when it comes to content curation and the more it tries to cater to all audiences, the less useful it becomes. The demand for timely, relevant content that is specific to our unique interests and perspectives has given rise to a new generation of tools that aim to help individuals and companies curate content from the web and deliver it in a meaningful way. These new tools range from simple, application-specific types such as social media aggregators and discovery engines, to more complex, full-blown publishing solutions for organizations. Comments(65)

Le Co-Lab | Coopération, co-opétition, collaboration, co-opportunité, économie collaborative, co-management, Co-Révolution… KesaCO? vive la corévolution ! Cet ouvrage montre en quoi le phénomène collaboratif influence profondément nos organisations (groupes humains, associations, collectivités, mouvement politique, entreprises, etc.). L’émergence du Web participatif facilite la mise en réseau et encourage la transparence des échanges : cette logique imprègne peu à peu notre façon de penser, d’agir, de consommer (mouvement de “consommation collaborative” qui nous incite à covoiturer, cotravailler, “louer citoyen”, etc.), mais aussi d’entreprendre (dépasser la logique de compétition), de militer et de manager. Qualifiée de “radicale” par certains hommes d’affaires américains convaincus de l’urgence de travailler en bonne intelligence pour construire le monde durable de demain, la collaboration peut renouveler nos façons de faire à différents niveaux de la société. En le faisant passer du “moi” au “nous”, la corévolution donne un autre espace de déploiement concret au développement durable. Paru le 23 mai 2012

You can bet your aaS that data is the key to new business models for physical goods Companies are already building big businesses selling digital assets such as computing (Amazon) and music (Spotify) as a service but the purveyers of physical goods are getting in on this business model too. Maybe it’s a car service such as ZipCar or Lyft or even sharing access to homes via Airbnb or HomeAway; when it comes to physical goods, we’re taking the same on-demand models from the digital world to the real world. Even Google may be getting in on this trend with Google Mine. And as this model matures, data will be both the enabler and a high-value byproduct of the “as-a-service” economy. Given that the real world has much higher levels of friction — from trying to easily get shared goods to the people who want them, to the regulatory hurdles that might protect consumers but can be used to stifle startups — data about where products are being consumed will be invaluable. That’s why a blog post by Jeremiah Owyang at Altimeter Group on the sharing economy got my attention.

Top 10 Bookmarking Websites for Teachers Below is a list of some of the best social bookmarking websites online. Check them out and let us know if we have missed any : This is one of my favorite bookmarking tool that I use almost daily. Diigo is very easy to use and has a bookmarklet that you can install on your browser and with one click you can save any web page you want. It also has a set of web annotation tools available for free. Besides its being a directory of web tools and mobile apps, Edshelf is also a platform where you can sign up and start storing and organizing your web content. This is another great web curation tool. This is a content sharing service that allows members to "pin" images, videos and other objects to their pinboard. Probably all of you know about it.Evernote is a great tool to bookmark and capture anything you want from the web and save it to your account. As its name indicates, Livebinder allows you to organize your resources into binders.

Top 40 Influencers For The Networked and Collaborative Economy Today’s business isn’t like yesterday’s. With global powers changing and the transforming workforce, which is spearheaded by changing demographics and emerging technology, the way we live, engage, and work is drastically different. Through technologies such as cloud computing, mobility, and social media, the digital world of 2014 is even more of a global village than what Marshall McLuan experienced and anticipated in the media convergence of the 1960s. Personally, we use Amazon, which is a network of merchants providing goods. This connected life transcends from our personal lives and consumer behaviors, and into enterprises where businesses are integrating the use of social and business networks to connect and collaborate with those outside their physical location. It’s the Networked Economy. Networked Economy Jeremiah Owyang - Jeremiah is a former industry analyst, and currently a speaker and a family man. Business Networks and Companies See other influencer lists here:

Nouvelle consommation Un article de La nouvelle consommation La nouvelle consommation Les Nouveaux visages de la consommation moderne sont multiples et de nombreuses appellations apparaissent : que sont tous ces nouveaux termes ? 53 % des Français sont d’ores et déjà, selon des modalités variables, significativement engagés dans ces pratiques de consommation émergentes en 2012. 48% des Français ne sacrifient pas les marques auxquelles ils tiennent au quotidien. A l'opposé des alter-consommateurs, il y a une frange des consommateurs avides de marques et de consommation qui profite à fond de la hausse du pouvoir d'achat : en 1991, il fallait travailler 3 mois pour acheter un ordinateur, 4mois1/2 pour se payer un téléviseur, et presque 16 mois pour une voiture. Sur la Nouvelle consommation, voire les articles suivants : > Le tour du monde de la consommation collaborative Votre consommation en 2010 : mieux mais pas moins 2010 : année de la nouvelle consommation ? Les digital mums Locavores et amap

The sharing economy will become a necessity As the sharing economy takes the world by storm, companies need to start adopting new business models to make their businesses future-proof. Hands up who hasn't heard of the shared economy? Not many. Triggered by these figures, companies have started building their business models around the notion of sharing. In a recession, sharing represents a smarter way of living. As Benita Matofska, founder of Compare and Share, explained: “Most studies around the subject often ask 'do you want to share?' There has been a cultural shift over the past 30 years. But what we do know is that we're going to have to share to survive if our constant consumption depletes resources.

9 Ways Students Can Host Peer Tutoring Sessions Online During my last year as an undergraduate studying history and political science I got my first taste of teaching by running short tutoring sessions for freshmen who were in U.S. History 101 courses. In those days tutoring had to happen in the university library or in a vacant classroom. The Obvious Options Skype is probably the most obvious option for hosting an online tutoring session. Last week Google announced that Google+ can now be activated inside Google Apps for Education domains. The Lesser-Known Options Live Minutes is a service offering free hosting for webinars. Any Meeting is a nice service for hosting and recording live webinars without installing any special software. is a registration-free tool for hosting online video conferences. Meetingl is a free service for hosting video conferences. is a free service offered by Log Me In. VSee is an alternative to Skype for hosting a video conference and sharing your desktop with others.

Le blog de ShaREvolution: Lancement du 11 février : retour sur l’atelier “Motivations, freins, usages de la consommation collaborative” Les études autour des usages de la consommation collaborative se multiplient depuis quelques années. Focus sur « les pratiques collaboratives » pour l’Ademe, intérêt pour les « consommations émergentes » du côté de l’Obsoco,… toutes ne recouvrent pas le même périmètre de pratiques, et peu encore font plus que de s’intéresser à la « photographie » des motivations et usages, en allant jusqu’à analyser les trajectoires d’usages des individus. C’est une des ambitions de ShaREvolution que d’aller « creuser » de ce côté-ci, en ramenant de l’inattendu, de nouvelles connaissances des usages. Une étude sur les usages (dont le protocole est encore en cours de construction) sera ainsi menée au cours du premier semestre 2014, permettant d’aller tester un certain nombre d’hypothèses. Un atelier sur le sujet était organisé à l'occasion du lancement de l'expédition, le 11 février 2014. La cartographie des freins et motivations Quelques motivations derrière la consommation collaborative

L’économie collaborative, un vocabulaire nouveau de A à Z ! A l’occasion du OuiShare Fest 2014, la communauté des acteurs de l’économie collaborative a mis en place un abécédaire pour présenter les grands mots significatifs de cette économie de partage. Toute bonne personne sensible à ce nouveau mode de consommation qui bouleverse notre société se doit donc de connaître et maîtriser ce nouveau vocabulaire aussi riche qu’innovant. Voici donc 26 mots et leurs définitions made in OuiShare ! Auto-partage : « Co-utilisation de véhicules, entre particuliers ou professionnels, via une plateforme en ligne. » Banque de temps : « Système d’échanges de produits, de savoir-faire et services où l’unité de mesure de la valeur est le temps. » Communautés : « Groupe de personnes qui partagent quelque chose, plutôt dans la sphère digitale : des individus dispersés aux quatre coins du monde peuvent désormais se connecter et agir de concert. » D.I.Y. Hacker : « Aide à résoudre des problèmes dans de nombreux domaines. Rafaël De Oliveira Like this: J'aime chargement…

Collaborate Consumption Notes: Examples Digital Writing Tools I have assembled a collection of tools which break the mold of traditional writing and use the power of the digital medium to create multimodal, interactive texts. Please add more examples in the comments, I want to keep collecting tools which can help to recreate what writing looks like in the digital medium. These tools move beyond just digitizing words and pictures, pushing digital writing to more creative levels. Add Movement and Scale: Prezi – – if you are stuck in the serial, linear model that writing in a word processor or presentation tool can create, try using the presentation tool Prezi to write a story. The Blank Canvas: The New Hive – – Use words, pictures, video, audio, and hyperlinks on a blank canvas to create a story. Create a Multiple Pathway Game Based Text: Playfic – a site to create and play interactive fiction, text based games. Focus on a Skill: Analyze to Give Direction to Drafting: Finish the Episode: Write Together:

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