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Cha-Ching! 7 Surprising Ways to Make Money Off Your Home

If you’re in need of a little extra cash these days (and frankly, who isn’t?), you may not have to look much farther than your own home. Thanks to today’s sharing economy—as in, “share” with price tags attached—people are reaping rich rewards by renting out some of the most surprising spare parts of their homes and/or belongings to perfect strangers via clever websites and apps.

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5 great apps for green travel

There’s an app for everything these days, so why not for traveling greener? You have the power in your pocket to keep track of your carbon footprint and take steps to minimize it like never before. Here are five of the best mobile phone apps—all free or almost so—to get you started optimizing your eco-travel practices!

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5 Personal Possessions You Can Rent (To Make Some Extra Cash)

Services like Airbnb have paved the way for peer-to-peer sharing, but you don’t have to be a homeowner to profit from the sharing economy. If you’re short on time and strapped for cash, consider renting out these five items.

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12 Ways to Save and Make Money While Traveling

What is the sharing economy, and how can it work for you? Based on the principle that people can share excess goods, peer-to-peer, it's a way to get what you need and share what you no longer use without a corporate middleman.

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12 ways to save and make money while traveling

What is the sharing economy, and how can it work for you? Based on the principle that people can share excess goods, peer-to-peer, it's a way to get what you need and share what you no longer use without a corporate middleman.

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LEVEL PLAYING FIELD: MAKING SPORT ACCESSIBLE IN THE SHARING ECONOMY

Building supply-side liquidity on a sharing platform in the leisure economy can be tough. Meet two companies that are attacking the challenge head on in order to make sure people of all economic backgrounds can experience the joy of sport.

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Getting Around Austin: SXSW Edition

Just as important as planning your SXSW calendar of panels and parties? Planning how to get there, and how to get home or back to the hotel in one piece.

If you vacation with a bike, you will definitely pay extra, probably get lost, and possibly break down far from your hotel. Improve your odds with these tricks.

There's certainly no shortage of apps available at our fingertips, primed and eager to be added [almost] instantly to our intelligent, hand-held devices. Sifting through the ever-expanding Android and Apple cosmos to discover auspicious applications that exhibit a robust blend of high-quality substance with user-friendly functionality, however, can be downright daunting.

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This cycling startup wants you to share your wheels with a complete stranger

Just as Airbnb has altered the way we travel, this company is transforming our commute with bicycles, surfboards, snowboards and skis. Spinlister is determined to promote common kindness with this unique startup that lets you rent a sweet pair of (two) wheels in your own neighbourhood or abroad.

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How to fly with your ski equipment

Flying with your ski and snowboard gear doesn’t have to be a sweaty nightmare. In fact, there are many tricks to making the whole process a whole lot easier on yourself (and your checkbook).

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Spinlister and Vanmoof shortlisted for Edison Award

Spinlister, the US bike share system, has been shortlisted for the 2016 Edison Awards. The nomination was for Spinlister's "smart" bike share app that hooks up renters with bikes from Dutch brand Vanmoof.

Summer is coming to a screeching end, and nobody can figure out how to stop it from happening. Can't we just rewind the clock to June and forget that jackets exist for another three months? Maybe that's not realistic, but these five free apps will help you make the most out of what's left of summer before it's gone for another year.