Posted on Monday, November 30th, 2009 by Annat Katz
Shareable – In a world where social interaction both on and offline is such an integral part of our life, sharing is a major component of it. But using something in common with others is only one way to look at it. Shareable is an amazing resource for all things, well, shareable. As creators Neal Gorenflo and Jeremy Adam Smith note on their about page, they “cover the people, places, and projects that are bringing a shareable world to life. And we share tools and tips to help you make a shareable world real in your life.”
The range of fields Shareable touched on (quite deeply if I may add) is overwhelmingly great; read stories of sharing in art, business, the civic sphere, science and environment, just to name a few. In addition, you can browse through the site’s intriguing posts by going through top tag words, most commented, most recent posts and other search parameters. My favorite posts were Five Shareable Bridges, Trust Each Other, Share the Roads and How Do I Share a Vegetable Garden?