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ELLA FITZGERALD – Summertime (1968, HD)

Ella Fitzgerald (voc) with Tee Carson Trio, Germany „Summertime“ by George Gershwin (M) and DuBose Heyward (T) from „Porgy And Bass“ playlist EL.

Yesterday the EU released “Guidance and policy recommendations for the collaborative economy” with a press conference featuring no less…

Highlights from the new EU guidelines on the Collaborative Economy

The perfect aloo tikki.

It is north India and Pakistan’s greatest street food – but how do you recreate this intensely savoury potato snack at home?

Tofu Recipes Everyone Will Want To Eat For Dinner

Photo credit: Minimalist Baker Tofu, once considered to be just a vegetarian food, is beginning to gain some traction. People have begun to recognize that tofu recipes are a healthy and tasty protein.

The Butternut Squash Recipes You've Been Waiting For

Thai Curried Butternut Squash Soup recipe: Use 3 tablespoons of Thai red curry paste for a spicier, more flavorful soup. Don't forget the toppings! Unsweetened coconut flakes add a nice crunch.

Why the sharing economy could be the internet’s most divisive revolution yet | Technology | The Guardian

American efforts to destabilize the Cuban government haven’t worked and are counterproductive. It’s time for a new approach.

Unlike Uber and Airbnb, some sharing-economy ideas seem like more of a stretch

[Comment: *Sharing-Culture* is much more than "monetizing life".] The Sharing Economy: Monetize Your Life - Businessweek

The sharing economy has the potential to turn the UK into a nation of "microentrepreneurs",   unlocking up to £9 billion a year by 2025

Airbnb and ZipCar are among 21 founding members of a new trade body that will represent and champion the UK’s sharing economy

The backlash against unethical labor practices in the “collaborative sharing economy” has been overplayed.

The backlash against unethical labor practices in the “collaborative sharing economy” has been overplayed. Recently, The Washington Post, New York Times and others started to rail against online…