My work is in its early stages. it is about how abundance can help bring about sustainability and, if used well, can make a huge difference to world poverty. It places great emphasis on the coming convergence of thre m new technologies nano and bio alongsid AI. I think it very important to show convincingly that post scarcity does not only apply to digital goods and services but also to intangibles. I will respond at length when I have more to say. Regards. Would love to meet up if you ever come to London
welcome aboard Christian! >>
Merci Michel de me permettre d'être à bord ! mais si parfois certains ont le mal de mer sur un bateau, j'ai malheureusement le mal d'anglais...et j'ai un mal fou pour pouvoir surfer sur cette langue ! je lis mais je participe peu...
Quelles sont donc les avancées du P2P ? y a-t-il un meilleur agencement du partage qui mériterait un bouleversement du média ? Ce sont les deux questions que je me pose. Tu dois certainement avoir des directions à ce sujet...Merci pour tes éclairages.
Dear Michel, it has taken some time... The book has just been published and the title (translated) is 'Professional Pride: Un Unsuspected Force'. See English summary attached. And for the cover see http://www.uitgeverijboom.nl/catalogus/fondsen/algemeen/beroepstrots_9789085066767.html
Thijs JansenEngelse summary Professional Pridedef-corr.doc
Thank for your greetings. I am nowadays very much interested in p2p political economy. I found several articles written by you and finally have been drifted to this nice place. It's nice to share the ideas and information about digital piracy. The war between the representative of capitalists and digital pirates has begun here in Korea. Korean government declared new intellectual property law which threat the users not to remix and upload the copyright contents. When a user uploads copyright contents more than 3 times his ID would be banned compulsorily by the authority. How stupid ideas they have! But I believe 'dead labor' would not win over 'live activity' of the cleaver pirates.
Hola Michael! Uruguay has various promising aspects, that I have yet to understand. Many organizations that bear the name "cooperative"... especially for organizing resources of the significant poorer population. Part of its past includes a significant import of French variants of collectivisms (19th) and many Italian anarchists (early XX as well as later "cultura operaia"). The implementation of OLPC (1 laptop / child), called "Plan CEIBAL", is the most successful in the world; will definitely try to look into that. I expect to find a higher degree of collaborative-minded activities in the "South" than the "North" (stereotype?), and... we'll see what comes out :) I believe open/p2p/network concepts are here to stay... but in what form? at what price? This world is interesting :) Hugs to all from Montevideo!
Great to here this.
If you would like to visit Chile we might be able to help.
What would you have in mind and is there any budget?
Also please let me know what your plans are for Argentina.
I know people in Buenos Aires and Cordova.
tijdens de presentation op het Min van LNV vorige week liet u een schema zien van een scenario met vier werelden die ontstaan bij de tegenstelling Open <-->Closed en FREE <--> betaald> ik wil daar voor Minz.com graag een blog over schrijven. kunt u mij de link naar de presentatie geven?
met vriendelijke groet
Berend van de Weerdt
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