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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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Between Copyleft and Copyfarleft Advance reciprocity for the commons Journal of Peer Production

Between Copyleft and Copyfarleft Advance reciprocity for the commons Journal of Peer Production | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

B. Drawbacks This section will explore the link between (de)commodification and copyfarleft licenses, by analyzing some of the critiques they have been subject to, such as: the risk of actually ham...

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From Copyleft to Copyfarleft: The need for a Commons-Based Reciprocity License

From Copyleft to Copyfarleft: The need for a Commons-Based Reciprocity License | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Reposted from our sister-site Commons Transition. The title of this post is an homage to Primavera de Filippi’s and Miguel Said de Viera’s excellent essay on the subject.
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From Copyleft to Copyfarleft: The need for a Commons-Based Reciprocity License

From Copyleft to Copyfarleft: The need for a Commons-Based Reciprocity License | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Reposted from our sister-site Commons Transition. The title of this post is an homage to Primavera de Filippi’s and Miguel Said de Viera’s excellent essay on the subject.
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The Path to the RealWorld™

The Path to the RealWorld™ | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
“We live within networks because we’ve evolved within networks. Regardless of whether you’re connected to the Internet or not, the culture you live in is connected to the Internet, as a fish is connected to water.” Is trying to achieve change over the Internet any use? What's the chasm that separates it from the RealWorld™
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Tagged with 15M, Clicktivism, Commons, Copyleft Culture, Indignados, Lawrence of Arabia,Marshall McLuhan, P2P, Spanish Revolution, Technopolitics, Twitter, World War III

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