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This was a motivating presentation at TEDMED 2014 by Nadine Burke and is also a focus area for the SF Hope/Enterprise Community Partner work in San Francisco. It seems to have broad global applicability. Her work explains how medical intervention

This was a motivating presentation at TEDMED 2014 by Nadine Burke and is also a focus area for the SF Hope/Enterprise Community Partner work in San Francisco. It seems to have broad global applicability. Her work explains how medical intervention

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Everyone has a talent or skill they can "gift" to others.  The world is full of unused, latent objects that can be valuable assets if placed in use or repurposed.  How can we build a global exchange system to activate latent talent and objects?

Everyone has a talent or skill they can "gift" to others. The world is full of unused, latent objects that can be valuable assets if placed in use or repurposed. How can we build a global exchange system to activate latent talent and objects?

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Kristi commented on The Sharing Economy

Here are a few more resources on the "Sharing Economy", including PUNKMONEY that uses tweeted promises as currency. http://vimeo.com/39786480

And a few other examples as well. SnapGoods, Uniiverse and Kitchensurfing. http://www.cassandra.co/life/share-and-share-alike/

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Kristi commented on The Sharing Economy

It would be interesting to see how AirBNB got there. I think sharing your home would be a very difficult hurdle, but they are being quite successful. I think some demographics are already farther along the path. A bit of ethnography might identify from key success factors.

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Kristi commented on The Sharing Economy

I love the spirit of the idea. I wonder how we create a valuation/value system that protects the intellect of all parties in the collaboration? Do the innovation "contests"/X-Prize like events approximate a market for this type of collaboration? How might we mainstream it for smaller initiatives on a routine basis?