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P2Pvalue have produced a series of about Commons-Based Peer Production, designed by Laura Recio. The first poster which can be downloaded below (click on image to go to the downloads page on Wikimedia Commons) & used under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license, explains the history of Commons-Based Peer Production communities . The posters are currently […]
Republished from Morten Thaysen: “This week the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and USAID hosted a meeting in London with big agribusinesses to discuss strategies to increase corporate control over seeds in Africa. The location of the meeting was secret. So was the agenda. Attendance was strictly invite-only and nobody who even came close to […]
“The on-demand world isn’t about sharing at all. It’s about being served. This is an economy of shut-ins“. Shutting people out is an important part of being a shut-in: When signing up, customers can choose the option of not seeing their Alfred, who will come in when they’re at work. Alfred’s messaging is aimed at […]
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From an essay that critiques the uncritical enthusiasm for MOOC’s: (Audrey Watters and Sara Goldrick-Rab critique Kevin Carey who has written a book called The End of College ) Excerpt: “This vision of the University of Everywhere is endowed with such grandeur that it can leave one breathless; it is so hopeful about the future […]
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* Essay: A Common Assembly: Multitude, Assemblies, and a New Politics of the Common. Elise Danielle Thorburn. Interface: a journal for and about social movements, Volume 4 (2): 254 – 279 (November 2012) From the Abstract: “Contemporary experiments in organising the “multitude” have proliferated of late – from the encampments of Occupy to the Quebec […]
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Started by Sepp Hasslberger. Last reply by Dante-Gabryell Monson Jan 21.
Started by Satoshi Nakamoto. Last reply by Alex Saver Sep 13, 2014.
i suggest that earth is at its very limit of capability to preserve life itself, so i think imediate action is recuired.
2 simple steps i suggest to be most important.
activate a global surveilance system that gives live video feeds…Continue
Peer-to-Peer & Non-Possessory Control is the Real Value Proposition…
Posted by Chase Perkins on May 2, 2014 at 21:55