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NEW PUBLICATION MCD#69 NET ART: Artists take over the network - P2P Foundation

NEW PUBLICATION MCD#69 NET ART: Artists take over the network - P2P Foundation | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
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NOUVELLE PUBLICATION/ NEW PUBLICATION MCD#69 NET ART - WJ-SPOTS#2 Les artistes s'emparent du réseau Artists take over the…
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Wonderful! Sigh! Finally! ART IN THE P2P-NETWORK!!

 

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"P2P search for New Politics & Economics"

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The Multitude Network Rebellion cannot resolve anything without clear political and economic answers, not afraid of artistic quality. This is a search.>>

 

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Ex-Amnesty staff and former Kunst & Democratie. Eager to learn about and contribute to the revival of P2P-force and Occupy / Indignons-nous! Trilingual Belgian. Addict of Info, cello and drawing. Arts can make a difference!>>

 

And indeed, as Oscar Niemeyer who left us last week says about architects and artists in general,"Our concern is political too – to change the world." 

 

In is my utmost believe that inorder to change the world, we need art as much if not more than we need theories.

It is without saying that I am glad whit the message "Les artistes s'empare du réseau / Artists take over the network."

 

I really hope that the P2P-Foundation and the P2P-rebellion in general will be eager to include artistic messages. Is it pure hazard or is it synergy that today and before reading the above Post, I posted this purely artistic testimony?

 

Let's share this and these ideas! 

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Tweet from @P2P_Foundation

Whatva huge yeah for the @P2P_Foundation and the commons movement. 2017 is only going to be bigger though https://t.co/qRYttjMZjP
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Finding Common Ground 6: Collaboration is just a strategy – Overcoming the limits of commons | P2P Foundation

Felber usefully explains the policy work of the ECG network, but also erroneously assumes the 'commons movement', has not undertaken policy work.
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"Het verbaast me dat slechts enkelen vatten dat er een grote maatschappelijke verschuiving aankomt"

"Het verbaast me dat slechts enkelen vatten dat er een grote maatschappelijke verschuiving aankomt" | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
"Het verbaast me dat slechts enkelen vatten dat er een grote maatschappelijke verschuiving aankomt"
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Finding Common Ground between the 'precariat' and the salaried and unionized workers | P2P Foundation

“A brief video summary of Michel Bauwens' contribution to the ETUC/ETUI conference 'Shaping the new world of work', Brussels, 27-29 June 2016.”
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Blockchain Community Solar: the Value of a Renewable Energy Reputation — Medium

Blockchain Community Solar: the Value of a Renewable Energy Reputation — Medium | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“Last month six community members living on President St, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope created the first local marketplace for…”
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Open Source Life: How the open movement will change everything

Open Source Life: How the open movement will change everything | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“Consider this: in just a few short years, the open-source encyclopedia Wikipedia has made closed-source encyclopedias obsolete — both the hard-bound kind and the CD-ROM or commercial online kind. Goodbye World Book and Brittanica.”
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The Way Ahead 4: Proposed Remedy Against Escape into Fear & Isolated Tribes

The Way Ahead 4: Proposed Remedy Against  Escape into Fear & Isolated Tribes | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“How can we use the sociology of networking in more constructive ways than spreading fear? The media are each day full of shocking images of racial conflicts and police killings in the USA and the New Nationalism of #Brexit and Trump, see: http://www.fastcoexist.com/3061574/the-new-nationalism-of-brexit-and-trump-is-a-product-of-the-digital-age (by Douglas Ruhkoff) and Friedman's column in my previous blog. It is sad to…”
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P2P Cooperatives Should Revolve Around Shared Values

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmrGqzl96L8 I recommend this lecture by the famous Yochai Benkler (Harvard). This is spot on since it shows that P2P Cooperatives must have a SHARED CORE ( a Commons) from the start that is not centrally power-controlled (state) or commercialy exploited by selfish greed (market focus). It should be stressed that this does not mean…”
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Neil Theise, M.D. - Complexity Theory & Panpsychism

“Dr. Neil Theise, LIver Pathologist and Stem Cell specialist, explains complexity theory, and how sentience could be a function not only of human brains, but of all…”
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Don't believe the Corbyn bashers - the economic case against public ownership is mostly fantasy | openDemocracy

Don't believe the Corbyn bashers - the economic case against public ownership is mostly fantasy | openDemocracy | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
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Commons Transition - Commons TransitionCommons Transition

Commons Transition - Commons TransitionCommons Transition | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
Commons Transition showcases practical experiences and policy proposals for a more humane and environmentally grounded mode of societal organization.
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Yanis Varoufakis: Greek European deal 'within hours or days'

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Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis tells Channel 4 News that "you will see in the next few hours, days the whole of Europe is going to bind together and do its job".
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The Future of Work

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I love the creativity and passion associated with startups, but there is lack of critical awareness that this is a precarious game
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Panarchy 101: A Primer – Panarchy 101, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Collapse

Panarchy 101: A Primer – Panarchy 101, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Collapse | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
Panarchy 101, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Collapse is a public draft of a collection/syllabus/network that seeks to illuminate Panarchy 101 explores a point of view as revealed…
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Inequalities in Open Source Software Development: Analysis of Contributor’s Commits in Apache Software Foundation Projects

Inequalities in Open Source Software Development: Analysis of Contributor’s Commits in Apache Software Foundation Projects | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“While researchers are becoming increasingly interested in studying OSS phenomenon, there is still a small number of studies analyzing larger samples of projects investigating the structure of activities among OSS developers. The significant amount of information that has been gathered in the publicly available open-source software repositories and mailing-list archives offers an opportunity to analyze projects structures and participant involvement. In this article, using on commits data from 263 Apache projects repositories (nearly all), we show that although OSS development is often described as collaborative, but it in fact predominantly relies on radically solitary input and individual, non-collaborative contributions. We also show, in the first published study of this magnitude, that the engagement of contributors is based on a power-law distribution.”
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EU policy making: new guidelines for the collaborative economy

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In a communication published earlier this month, the European Commission policy makers explain the key regulatory issues at hand and provide policy guidelines for member states. A short spoiler: it focusses on topics that most of us find dry and even boring. But it is worthwhile understanding the main questions and suggestions raised by the Commission because they will determine the political discourse in the future and therefore affect stakeholders in the collaborative economy. That is why Paula summarizes the most important points for you as short and spicy as possible. Read more...


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jean lievens's curator insight, July 12, 2016 6:50 AM

more explotación than collaboration?

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Open source is now the default

Open source is now the default | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“The annual Future of Open Source survey confirms what we all suspected: Open source has won. Companies are wising up to the power of contribution and cooperation. Those who engage benefit from lower friction in their ongoing operations - reducing the burden of regressions, improving the flow of innovation and sharing the task of security review. It’s the ultimate IT lubricant in the Internet age.”
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Another good article about the Future of Open Source survey conducted with North Bridge
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Forming a Worker Coop: LLC or Cooperative Corporation?

Forming a Worker Coop: LLC or Cooperative Corporation? | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
“Article and image cross-posted from the Sustainable Economies Law Center. Authored by Sara Stephens. We want to create a worker cooperative. What legal entity should we form?”
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How Fab Labs Address Environmental Issues - P2P Foundation

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"Increasing numbers of citizens have access to digital fabrication equipment via devoted spaces known as Fab Labs, makerspaces and hackerspaces, which are mushrooming globally. Such access enables people to design and make their own products outside of conventional mass production and consumption channels, using technologies such as desktop additive manufacturing equipment (that is, ‘3D printers’), CNC (computer numeric control) milling machines, laser cutters, vinyl cutters and electronics stations for circuit prototyping. The technologies themselves, especially 3D printing, are widely espoused as disruptive technologies that will radically shift production and consumption patterns (Anderson, 2012; Marsh, 2012; Hamermesh, 2014).


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Designing a knowledge commons for academic publishing — Medium

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“Almost everyone thinks academic publishing needs to change. What would a better system look like? Economist Elinor Ostrom gave us design…”
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Power & Learning — Enspiral Tales — Medium

Power & Learning - Enspiral Tales - Medium
“I estimate state education has set my technical ability as a coder back about a decade. This is annoying, but I think I now have my finger…”
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Direct Economy and abundance | P2P Foundation

Direct Economy and abundance | P2P Foundation | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
The Direct Economy puts us in a world that goes far beyond collaborative consumption or SMEs empowered by technology.
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Economic Liberation: Network Economics of Abundance - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

Economic Liberation: Network Economics of Abundance - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it
The possibility of creating true network economies of abundance and designing personalized economic systems raises a host of issues about what kinds of behavior might result from programmed economic parameters.
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Unprecedented in Athens: Pro gov’t rally to protest ECB decision

Unprecedented in Athens: Pro gov’t rally to protest ECB decision | P2P search for New Politics & Economics | Scoop.it

When was the last time you saw Greeks protesting in support of  the government? Exactly this is happening right now outside the Parliament with crowds of people flocking to Syntagma Square and raise their voice against the decision of the European Central Bank, to stop accepting Greek bonds as collateral for granting liquidity.


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