Monthly Archives: May 2012

Encourage Hitchhiking Again?

A form of sharing can be reignited if we want it to.     Although maligned, hitchhiking is a form of car-sharing, ride-sharing, and mass transit– things we think of as virtuous.   Hitchhiking is part of the gift economy: you give without … Continue reading

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Virtue in Failing the Credit Game?

I was turned down for an American Express card.   Repeatedly. I have plenty of money and, when I enquired about my “credit score” I found it in the 700’s which they say is quite good.   So why was I turned … Continue reading

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