3D printers print ten houses in 24 hours (by China View)

bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 
bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 
Bikeyface, 23.04.14. 

bikeladiesunite:

I’ve noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do I know it’s not just an off day? Because I have the ability to change clothes.

I’m called out on my appearance daily as I go about my business on public streets without the cover of a car. Even “ordinary” attire has drawbacks. It’s no surprise most days I find myself dressing to get the reaction I want when I bike. Or at least, the most benign reaction. 

But no matter what I’m wearing it’s still just me: complex, multidimensional, and in awesome shape. 

Bikeyface, 23.04.14

(via citymaus)

parislemon:

nevver:

Not available on the App Store

Actually fairly certain the tire swing is available in the App Store. parislemon:

nevver:

Not available on the App Store

Actually fairly certain the tire swing is available in the App Store. parislemon:

nevver:

Not available on the App Store

Actually fairly certain the tire swing is available in the App Store.

parislemon:

nevver:

Not available on the App Store

Actually fairly certain the tire swing is available in the App Store.

ouisharefest:

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"In an era of connected objects, the Maker movement, which spans across the spheres of technology and DYI, is a natural evolution of the world of handymen that we have been following for almost half a century"* - Veronique Laury, COO Castorama

During her keynote speech at OuiShare Fest,…

ethel-baraona:

On the Money, Networked Society.

A film about money, value and trust in the Networked Society.
Learn more at: http://www.ericsson.com/networkedsociety.

Can ICT change how we define value and interact with money? On The Money is the fourth documentary film in the Networked Society series. This time we look at money systems and how connectivity is creating a new game when it comes to trading — both in value and trust. We visit Uganda to find a nation where cash is no longer king; we meet Memoto, a start-up that sought venture capital through crowdfunding; and we talk to AirBnB about trust and the rise of a ‘reputation economy’.

 

The unstoppable rise of a collaborative economy: Shane Hughes at TEDxLausanne (by TEDx Talks via @mbawuens)

This short documentary explores ongoing resistance and self-organization in the midst of the economic and social crisis in Madrid, Spain.

ambientintelligence:

Pieces of Madrid (by brandon jourdan)

Sharing Sweeps Local Elections in Silver Lake

peersorg:

Turns out that the sharing economy is building community in more ways than one.

After a successful campaign to advance sharing in Silver Lake, Peers leaders Matt Desario, Heather Carson and Hope Taylor-Arnold decided to continue the momentum. Based on their experience championing homesharing in their community, the two were moved to continue to engage in community leadership, and recently won seats on their local neighborhood council. Their platform included support for the sharing economy through responsible short-term rentals, as well as sharing tools and parenting cooperatives.  

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