Share everything: How millennials turned the simple idea of sharing into a multi-billion dollar economy

By Devlyn Lalonde Yes, the Millennials have been and are going to turbo-charge the sharing economy and continue to throw our traditional economy into chaos. Let me explain… We will begin by dispelling some myths about the sharing economy. Firstly, people sharing things is not a new phenomenon. Humans have been formally sharing stakes in

OUTSOURCED Part 3: Peer Networks: The Currency of Trust

Outsourced By Callista Ryan How do we decide whom and what we place our trust in? Generally, you trust your parents and family members because you were born into their lives. You typically trust your spouse because there is an underlying attraction which facilitates its development. But how do you trust a stranger? How do

OUTSOURCED Part 2: In Peer, I Trust: Outsourcing Our Minds to the Web

Outsourced By Callista Ryan Looking for a place to eat out tonight? Well, if you’re like most people you probably started your hunt with a web search of “top 10 restaurants in (insert your location here)”. Dozens of lists from search engines to local bloggers accompanied with a ranking and sometimes hundreds of reviews appear.

By a 7 to 1 margin, residents of Greater Vancouver want ride sharing services available this year.

Support is consistent across the region and among NDP, Liberal, and Green voters. By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Residents living in the Greater Vancouver region are ready for ride sharing services in British Columbia, based on a survey of 546 residents, conducted for Ridesharing for BC over the past week. Overall, 64% of residents

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