…In New York, at least, Craigslist went from being the centralized clearing house for everything to, well, a shitty alternative to other apartment rental and classified goods sites. And where New York goes, the rest of the world usually follows.

http://www.fastcolabs.com/3024211/nine-tech-companies-wed-be-surprised-to-hear-from-in-2014

Back in Seattle we used Craiglists for everything, but I’ve personally had a harder time selling things on it since we’ve moved to NYC. As surprised as I was to see them on this list, it does make me stop and question how they’re going to fare given how many new players are entering the sharing/selling market.

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