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SmartSantander. 7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less. By Maria Popova Inconspicuous consumption, or what lunching ladies have to do with social web karma.

7 Ways to Have More by Owning Less

Stuff. We all accumulate it and eventually form all kinds of emotional attachments to it. (Arguably, because the marketing machine of the 20th century has conditioned us to do so.) But digital platforms and cloud-based tools are making it increasingly easy to have all the things we want without actually owning them.

The age of keeping up with the Jonses is over. Transparent user ratings, transaction histories and privacy controls make the sharing process simple and safe, while automated calendars and reminders ensure the safe return of loaned items. Give NeighborGoods a shot by creating a sharing group for your apartment building, campus, office, or reading group — both your wallet and your social life will thank you. Similarly to Neighborgoods, SnapGoods allows you to rent, borrow and lend within your community.

Growing one’s own produce is every hipster-urbanite’s pipe dream. Vos idées pour le futur de Goods Commons? - Goods Commons. La Consommation Collaborative, phénomène de 2011 ? Changing Models of Ownership: Part I. Claro Partners' project Changing Models of Ownership and Value Exchange sought to understand how the concept of ownership and its transfer have changed – and are changing – in recent years.

Changing Models of Ownership: Part I

This is one of three short articles which Shareable will publish this month, featuring content from Claro's latest work. From cars to CDs, houses to handbags, people are no longer aspiring to own. Belongings which used to be the standard by which to measure personal success, status, and security are increasingly being borrowed, traded, swapped, or simply left on the shelf. Various factors – arguably the most important being an increasingly connected and digitally networked society, regardless of economic development – are causing revolutionary global shifts in behavior. Through global research conducted as part of an investigation into the concept of ownership, Claro Partners was able to draw some conclusions about why it’s more appealing to have a car only when you need to move from A to B. How to live for free - School of everything - Money- Eventbrite. Invalid quantity.

How to live for free - School of everything - Money- Eventbrite

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The Simpler Way - Main Intro

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