"In the sharing economy, nobody can hear you work." I meant to share this series this weekend: a 25 year old San Franciscan works for one month in the gig economy. Fred's blog post today reminded me to post here.
"The more flexible work arrangements offered by sharing-economy platforms provide an alternative for those excluded from traditional employment relationships. The rise of firms such as Uber, Lyft, TaskRabbit, Instacart, and others should be seen as the product rather than the...
"There isn’t just one, inevitable future of work. Let us apply the power of our technological imagination to practice forms of cooperation and collaboration. Worker–owned cooperatives could design their own apps-based platforms, fostering truly peer-to-peer ways of providing...