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Robin Chase
Attended Wellesley College, MIT Sloan School, Harvard University (Loeb Fellow)
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BREAKING news. The fight is on! We need new rules and new ways to protect workers in this new #PeersInc  economy that I describe in my new book.
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Check this out: another collaboration between platforms and people to give us something much better.
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Join me at @Xconomy's#boston2035 on 6/17 at Babson College to discuss the future of our city with top local visionaries -- Including me! www.boston2035.com
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I'm speaking in Berlin on May 22. on boosting start-ups and SMEs for smart urban mobility Come! 
Are you a start-up accelerator with an interest into smart urban mobility? Are you a company that is sponsoring accelerators to create the champions of tomorrow? Are you a start-up with a great business case in smart urban mobility? Are you a city that is active in creating an ...
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best transit app I've ever seen -- for routine transit travelers http://www.citylab.com/navigator/2015/03/to-find-a-bus-stop-just-hold-up-your-smartphone/388856/
Departures NYC just won grand prize in the MTA's "best consumer/transit rider app" category.
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As led by Zipcar, the facts that shared, multi-model, on demand is the future. Nicely written up and explained here.
Focus on five key transportation areas could save the nation $1 trillion, 2 billion barrels of gasoline and 1 gigaton of carbon emissions — per year.
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@FT review of #PeersInc The case for "chang[ing] industrial capitalism as we know it"..."Peers Inc is perfectly timed and convincingly argued."
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My copy arrived Friday, my mind just beginning to really get "wheeling" over how your concepts could be applied in my industry (real estate development with a focus on sustainable urbanism).   I will email you in a few weeks/months and cannot wait for that day.   

Robin, a huge Bravo for all that you do.   Your courage to be the kind of disruptor that the world needs is deeply inspiring.   Congratulations on now also being a published author (and I'm sure soon a bestselling one) on top of your enormous current list of world-changing accomplishments.  
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Mix Haitians, machetes,@TazaChocolate with Fair Trade & Organic beans. YUM! http://www.tazachocolate.com/Social/P/305 Taza is first US company to do so. Follow the story & buy the chocolate. Honestly my favorite.
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Sharing Economy friends! I'm doing a #meetup in NYC on June 11. http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Sharing-Economy-Meetup/events/222584287/ About #PeersInc book. The future is at hand 
We are lucky to have Robin Chase come and present her new book PEERS, INC - How People and Platforms are Inventing the Collaborative Economy and Reinventing Capitalism - just 2 days after its publication on 6/9! The book places collaborative platforms, companies, creators, and participants, as part of an important and pervasive economic phenomenon that is much larger than just the sharing economy. Come and hear directly from the author and see he...
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yup.
Cities around the world are coming to the same conclusion: they’d be better off with far fewer cars. So what’s behind this seismic shift in our urban lifestyles? Stephen Moss investigates
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Can you go 30 days without buying anything new? https://yerdle.com/unshopping  I do that almost always. See @yerdle for help.
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I'm speaking Monday at Harvard Business School 6:15pm, open to the public. Where does our digital future take us? Peers In.
The #digHBS Summit offers cutting edge provocations and insights from diverse 21st century leaders in an interactive setting.
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transportation innovation
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Boston
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MIddle East - Lived, really: Beirut, Rabat, Arlington VA, Damascus, Jerusalem, Hydra (Greece), Mbabane (Swaziland), Alexandria (Egypt), Paris, Jeddah, Tangier, Paris, Wellesley, Boston,
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innovation, internet, transportation, openness, climatechange
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  • Wellesley College, MIT Sloan School, Harvard University (Loeb Fellow)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Sloan, MBA
  • Harvard
    Loeb Fellow
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The owner of this hotel is incredibly nice. He goes the extra mile. Great price/value. I lived on this street for two years. It is an excellent location. I've stayed here two times. Once was a double on the 3rd floor, newly renovated and great. Second time I was on the 2nd floor, not newly renovated and less nice. But it sill seemed worthwhile. Breakfast included and as I say, really nice people.
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