from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. designed to be shared


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  • What is considered "shareable" and when one may be interested in sharing it will depend on the phase of the business or life.

    It's A Time-Sharing World

  • Key to FB sharing: KISS - keep it simple and 'shareable'


  • The ability to create bodies of knowledge which are outside or resistant to being privatised - through copyleft and other 'shareable' publishing licenses - will continue to play a greater role as it moves to other areas like educational texts and staple technologies.

    SchNEWS - Weekly direct action newsletter and party and protest guide

  • In other words, all these works should be 'shareable'.

    SchNEWS - Weekly direct action newsletter and party and protest guide

  • The PDF file exported right out of Keynote weighed in at over 50 MB, but by reducing the filesize with preview the final "shareable" PDF is just 2.2 MB.

    Moving at the Speed of Creativity

  • Most of the website content blocks are shareable, meaning that visitors can share content they find of value with a broader audience through the use of popular social networking tools like Facebook and Digg.

  • Windows has a facility whereby memory pages can be marked as 'shareable'.

    MSDN Blogs

  • But perhaps even more useful, at least for some Twitter users, the Lists are shareable, meaning that anyone can follow a public List that you've created if they find it relevant.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • The disk is "shareable" to both the VMs and QFS on top of this will manage the disk.

    Sun Bloggers

  • Smallest 'shareable' size of the iframe that holds it is 'Small (504×496)', thus to wide for this blog.


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