National Post: From tools to backyards and driveways, Vancouver at forefront of sharing revolution
“The analogy is, ‘People don’t want the drill, they want the hole in the wall’,” says Chris Diplock, lead researcher of The Sharing Project in a Modo co-op car in front of The Vancouver Tool Library, where people can rent power tools for $2 a day.
Vancouver’s sharing economy made the cover of Sunday’s National Post! Featuring Modo board director (and CarSharing Association executive director) Alan Woodland, as well as our friends at The Vancouver Tool Library and The Sharing Project.
Click through to read how Vancouver is leading the nation in sharing: http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/04/10/from-tools-to-backyards-and-driveways-vancouver-at-forefront-of-sharing-revolution/