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valleywag.gawker.com - 6 readers, 150 Tweets - The employment of the future is here, and it's terrific for everyone except the people doing the work. TaskRabbit, which lets you outsource the things you don't want to do to people who need money, is at the forefront of this chore revolution, and it's already making some lives harder.
newrepublic.com - 4 readers, 137 Tweets - They say they're all about making friends. Here's how you can tell that's not true.
salon.com - 5 readers - Disruptive companies talk a good game about sharing. Uber's really just an under-regulated company making riches
businessinsider.com - 7 readers - There was a lot of cat diarrhea. The hire-a-minion network faces its first "Airbnb" situation.
forbes.com - 7 readers - In what is called collaborative consumption, the sharing economy or the peer economy, owners rent out something they are not using, such as a car, house or bicycle to a stranger using these peer-to-peer services. The company typically has an eBay-style rating or review system so people on both sides of the transaction can trust the other. With t...