(Baked goods, of course. What did you think I meant?)
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
California may legalize the home-cooked food sharing apps, allowing your baked goods to be monetizable.
Data activism helped prove that Airbnb was hiding listings by multiple-apartment owners from regulators in NYC.
The Institute for the Future has funded four fellowships to help teams figure out how to make sharing economy work more sustainable. Hint—lots of worker cooperation.
And speaking of worker-coops, here’s a new one in DC that’s based on giving returning citizens a chance at a new life, through work.
Reputation, reputation, reputation
Welp. It was great to be able to use a smartphone during international travel for the, what, 10 years that lasted? For more on the (scant) previous case law involving phone searches, read this.
You wanna give a training on digital security, but don’t know where to start? Check this out.
The fine folks at Campaign Zero have released a new set of infographics detailing how to fight police violence in the Trump era.
An amazing piece about what it was like to grow with a father who was a leader of the 1981 PATCO strike.
Sigh. Someday, I’ll retire and just watch Amazon robot videos all day.
What’s Going on in the Workforce
A Brazilian judge orders Uber to pay its drivers benefits, finds that they are employees. Uber, predictably, appeals.
Maybe if you don’t have answers for important, known questions—don’t set yourself up to look the fool, by engaging in a Facebook Live chat, hmm?