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The ridesharing-disruptive car service space in the U.S. is about to get a little more crowded: Carpooling.com, a ridesharing service out of Munich, Germany currently enabling million rides monthly, is today announcing a C-round of investment from carmaker Daimler
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"Wheeler and company just believe that wood makes an excellent bicycle, but until recently it’s been easier to use any other material. Of course, all bikes used to be made of wood, (including the first- verifiable- bike, the German Laufmaschine from 1817), but the Renovo team only “half-jokingly” claim that “metal bikes were invented because making a wood bike is such a pain in the ass.”
It became decidedly less of a pain in the ass when CNC (computer numerical control) technology reached a point where wooden bicycles could be made- at least partially- by machine."
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"thanks to a novel new service dubbed Spinlister, you can easily find a bike wherever your travels take you. And by the same principle, you can also collect a check every month for letting friendly bike-loving travelers rent your bike when they’re in town.
The idea behind Spinlister is similar to other peer-to-peer websites à la couchsurfing.org , and getaround.com, "
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