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Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money" Host Adam Johnson reports on a traffic alleviation innovation. (Source: Bloomberg)

Welcome back.

Errands are time-consuming.

There are a whole host of companies using technology.

It is not just high-tech companies cashing in.

We introduce you to taskrabbit, a marketplace for odd jobs.

Helmet on.

Just another day at the office.

In an average day, i might do between six and 12 deliveries.

And he is not your average a bike messenger.

He is a professional errand runner.

He does chores for people using a website called taskrabbit.

It works like an online marketplace.

Every thing from furniture assembly to sushi delivery.

Sizes range from a few dollars up to hundreds.

Taskrabbit takes a cut.

When i started the company back in 2008, things like collaborative consumption, it did not exist yet.

Technology has ushered in a sharing.

Startups like relay ride where you rent out to your car.

Airbnb lets you rent out a room.

How big do you think a can get?

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