The collaborative home: an infographic of web sharing

Ownership is old-school. Using the web to share “stuff” — from cars to tools to clothes — is one of the most exciting trends emerging from the Internet today, and the folks at Collaborative Lab have put together this infographic and startup list to highlight all the innovation that is happening in this area. All hail the collaborative home!

Below are the startups that are included in the infographic:

Company What They Do
Zilok Rent anything online from your friends through this peer-to-peer rental marketplace.
Rentcycle Tap in to the inventory of rental stores in your area to easily rent anything online.
SnapGoods Borrow or rent the stuff you want safely and easily.
NeighborGoods Save money and resources by sharing stuff with your friends.
i-Ella Buy discount designer clothes for less and share your closet.
thredUP Swap children’s clothing and toys with other parents online.
Shared Earth An online platform connecting landowners with gardeners and farmers.
Yardshare Connecting garden lovers with landowners.
Freecycle Give (and get) stuff for free in your town.
Freegle Give away what you don’t want and find what you need — for free.
Murfie Swap or sell your old CDs with other CD collectors. Trade CDs, movies, books and video games on the world’s largest swap market.
Airbnb A peer-to-peer marketplace for unique accommodation spaces around the world.
Crashpadder Stay with a local when you travel on this peer-to-peer accommodation marketplace.
Skillshare Learn anything from anyone on this community marketplace for offline classes.
TaskRabbit Run errands for your neighbors, or have someone help you finish the things
you can’t do.
RelayRides A peer-to-peer car-sharing community.
ParkAtMyHouse Rent a parking space, driveway or garage for your car, or rent out your
spare space.
Rentoid Australia’s largest online hire and rental marketplace.

Table courtesy of Start-Up America and the Collaborative Fund

And finally, a video of a conversation at Green:Net 2011 between Airbnb’s Joe Gebbia and RelayRide’s Shelby Clark, interviewed by Collaborative Lab’s Lauren Anderson:

Watch live streaming video from Green:Net 2011 at