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NASA plans to open source its code in a searchable database

NASA plans to open source its code in a searchable database | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

As a part of a federal order to make technology transfer faster, NASA is building a central location for the public to dig into more than 1,000 of its past projects.


The catalog will include the code for past NASA projects that span robots, climate simulators and rocket guidance systems (many of which are likely to be very, very outdated), according to Wired.


DARPA posted a similar catalog earlier this year.


NASA will also start hosting the code online by next year; while all the code is free of copyright, people will need special clearance to get their hands-on projects like the rocket guidance system.

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A step in the right direction... put it online!

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WorldOpenHashDesign envisions global, decentralized, integrated, sustainable Open Society of freely self-organizing people

WorldOpenHashDesign envisions global, decentralized, integrated, sustainable Open Society of freely self-organizing people | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

WO#D — WorldOpenHashDesign is a World Wide Hashtag Campaign for the crowdsourcing of a WorldOpen #MeshNetwork viaHashtag-Design partecipation process starting on existing Social Media to unify the efforts of the Human People and Organizations dedicated to the WO #Transition.


  • To focus and direct a global collective #Transition Agenda.
     
  • To share human connections, knowledge and resources freely and safely and start a New Life supported by the WorldOpen #Transition Community.
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Someone's thinking about how to organize our society in the future... it's possible to contribute.

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iPhone mesh networking - how an under-appreciated iOS 7 feature will change the world

iPhone mesh networking - how an under-appreciated iOS 7 feature will change the world | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

A curious download hit Apple’s app store this week: a messaging app called FireChat.


It’s a new kind of app because it uses an iOS feature unavailable until version 7: the Multipeer Connectivity Framework. The app was developed by the crowdsourced connectivity provider Open Garden and this is their first iOS app.


The Multipeer Connectivity Framework enables users to flexibly use WiFi and Bluetooth peer-to-peer connections to chat and share photos even without an Internet connection. Big deal, right?


But here’s the really big deal — it can enable two users to chat not only without an Internet connection, but also when they are far beyond WiFi and Bluetooth range from each other — connected with a chain of peer-to-peer users between one user and a far-away Internet connection.


It’s called wireless mesh networking. And Apple has mainstreamed it in iOS 7.


It’s going to change everything. Here’s why...


Read more at http://www.cultofmac.com/271225/appreciated-ios-7-feature-will-change-world/#BZt2zmloqkSecRmT.99

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Mesh networking for Apple's iPhone ... let's see where that leads.

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Ownshelf is an App for sharing eBooks with friends across devices - take ownership of your eBooks

With the growth of eBooks and eReading, it is very difficult for people to know what books friends have read lately, or to show off favorite books, and loan them out.


Most platforms prevent you from backing-up and sharing your eBooks.  Ownshelf is bringing back the best parts of the bookshelf to the digital world.


Ownshelf is a virtual bookshelf for discovering and recommending eBooks with friends across devices.  It is a file-locker for legitimately storing eBooks, like Goodreads meets DropBox.


You can support Ownshelf on Kickstarter.


"With your help, and the help of the Kickstarter community, we will build a powerful and intuitive mobile/tablet app for devices everywhere."

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A long overdue development ... making eBooks available to be read by any device, and giving us the ability to browse and loan books between friends.

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Loomio: Making Real Democracy available to everyone - open source online decision making...

Loomio: Making Real Democracy available to everyone - open source online decision making... | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

I really love Loomio. It’s an exceptional, well-developed collaborative tool that mimics general assembly-style consensus decision making and scales it up for asynchronous web usage. 


Democracy isn’t just about politics – it’s people getting together and deciding how things should be. It’s a skill we can practice with people wherever we are: in our workplaces, our schools, and our communities.


Loomio is a user-friendly tool for collaborative decision-making: not majority-rules polling, but actually coming up with solutions that work for everyone.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

The missing tool to bridge online conversation and discussion towards decision making and action... being developed by a team in New Zealand.

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Kimarie Runningdrummer Teter's curator insight, March 26, 6:11 PM
Creators of the open-sourced Ripple protocol. We contribute code to and promote the Ripple protocol, create SDKs and build free consumer apps.MissionRipple Labs shepherds a movement to evolve finance so that payment systems are open, secure, constructive and globally inclusive.
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21 Technologies That Will Decentralize the World

21 Technologies That Will Decentralize the World | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it
Across the planet, new technologies and business models are decentralizing power and placing it in the hands of communities and individuals. 


"We are seeing technology-driven networks replacing bureacratically-driven hierarchies," says VC and futurist Fred Wilson, speaking on what to expect in the next ten years. 


View the entire 25-minute video below (it's worth it!) and then check out the 21 innovations below.


http://www.shareable.net/blog/21-technologies-that-will-decentralize-the-world

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A lot of work is being done to decentralize... and just in the nick of time!

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Activists and changemakers meet and support peers on Gittip

Activists and changemakers meet and support peers on Gittip | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Gittip is a way to give small weekly cash gifts to people you love and are inspired by. Gifts are weekly. The intention is for people to depend on money received through Gittip in order to pay their bills, and bills are recurring.


Gifts come with no strings attached. You don’t know exactly where your gifts come from, and the maximum gift from one person to another is $100 per week.


Gifts are public. 


Start exploring Gittip here


www.gittip.com/

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Tip your favorite activists for what they do ... Gittip provides a way to give small weekly (continuous) support to people who work to make the world a better place.

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The Local Open Data Census - exploring local open data around the world

The Local Open Data Census - exploring local open data around the world | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Local data is often the most relevant to citizens on a daily basis – be it rubbish collection times, local tax rates or zoning information. However, at the moment it’s difficult to know which key local datasets are openly available and where. Now, you can help change that.


We know there is huge variability in how much local data is available not just across countries but within countries, with some cities and municipalities making major open data efforts, while in others there’s little or no progress visible.


If we can find out what open data is out there, we can encourage more cities to open up key information, helping businesses and citizens understand their cities and making life easier.


You can help by tracking down Open Data from a city or region where you live or that you’re interested in. All you need to do is register your interest and we’ll get your Local Open Data Census set up and ready to use.

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Government transparency starts with open local data, available to all citizens.

It will be a long process to get governments to be completely transparent, but we have to start somewhere... 

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Academics Launch Torrent Site to Share Papers and Datasets | TorrentFreak

Academics Launch Torrent Site to Share Papers and Datasets | TorrentFreak | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Researchers from the University of Massachusetts have launched a torrent site which allows academics to share papers and datasets. AcademicTorrents provides researchers with a reliable and decentralized platform to share their work with peers, as well as the rest of the world. The site currently indexes over 1.5 petabytes of data, including NASA's map of Mars.


One of the core pillars of academic research is sharing. By letting other researchers know what you do, ideas are criticized, improved upon and extended. Unfortunately it’s not always easy for academics to share their work, for a variety of reasons.


One of the goals of the project is to give research back to the researchers, instead of having it locked away behind paywalls. Currently most of the top publications are being monetized by publishers, but with AcademicTorrents any journal can distribute papers for free.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Academic data aren't free. Magazine publishers charge exorbitant prices for access. Ask a university. 

Here are some researchers who have had a novel idea. Just put the data on Bittorrent and let it be distributed without need for further infrastructure such as dedicated websites or print publications... 

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Dutch Wind Turbine Purchase Sets World Crowdfunding Record

Dutch Wind Turbine Purchase Sets World Crowdfunding Record | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Raising €1.3 million in just thirteen hours, 1700 Dutch households that came together to buy shares in a wind turbine have set a new world record for crowdfunding.

 

All 6,648 shares in the electricity from the Vestas V80 2-MW wind turbine were sold, at a share price of €200. Each household bought single shares or blocks of shares, with each share corresponding to an output of around 500 kWh/share per year.

 

The purchase was organised by Windcentrale, a company that facilitates cooperative wind turbine purchases.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

An inspiring story ... decentralizing the ownership of energy production. For sure it's a small start, but it could catch on and we could all soon own a piece of either a windmill or a solar or other sustainable electricity generating facility...

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Bitcloud - Plans for a new 'people-powered' internet

Bitcloud - Plans for a new 'people-powered' internet | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Bitcloud aims to harness the same methods used to mine Bitcoins, to provide services currently controlled by internet service providers (ISPs) and corporations.

 

Individuals would perform tasks such as storing, routing and providing bandwidth, in return for payment.

 

The team behind Bitcloud acknowledged they were only at the beginning of the project.

 

"There are still many key decisions that need to be made in the Bitcloud protocol. We have a basic idea of how everything will work, but we need assistance from programmers and thinkers from around the world who want to help," they said.

 

White paper (early version):

https://github.com/wetube/bitcloud/blob/master/Bitcloud%20Nontechnical%20White%20Paper.md ;

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Wonderful. We are starting to figure out how to bring services like storage and routing on the internet to the edges.

 

This gives hope for a real p2p internet of the future, where the importance of centralized servers and internet service providers is greatly reduced... as well as the possibility for governments and malicious groups to monitor and interfere with data traffic. 

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Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, January 27, 7:36 AM

Hope this succeeds.

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Innovating Our Way To A Peaceful and Liberating Anarchy

Innovating Our Way To A Peaceful and Liberating Anarchy | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Here is a visionary and concrete proposal on how humanity can create a truly free and peaceful society without coercion of any kind. A decentralized, networked society of rising collective intelligence that transcends any need for laws, legal codes, lawyers, police, courts, prisons or military force.

 

It presents the idea of how laws are not only becoming unenforceable, but eventually unnecessary given sufficient forkability, transparency and radical material abundance.

 

The best way to think of a how a highly peaceful and harmonious society could emerge without a legal code is the concept of Stigmergy.

 

A school of fish is a good example. Each fish is acting in their own best interest and yet they spontaneously collaborate - creating a collectively intelligent order without orderers, an evolutionary adaptation that serves them well! When you try to punch or harm a school of fish, the school forms a hole immediately where your hand went, allowing the fish to escape your grasp. This is how networks route around damage.

 

Networks allow human beings to do the same thing!

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Paul Hughes describes how an open, radically different society based on peer-to-peer principles could be already in the making...

see also his Principles of Radical Abundance http://enthea.org/writing/radical-abundance-principles/
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It's Time to Take Mesh Networks Seriously (And Not Just for the Reasons You Think)

It's Time to Take Mesh Networks Seriously (And Not Just for the Reasons You Think) | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it
The internet is weak, yet we keep ignoring that fact. Which is why I believe it’s time to reconsider the potential of mesh networking, and make mesh networks a reality.

Via anthenor
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Primavera de Filippi explains in this excellent WIRED opinion piece why mesh networking is so important... for us.

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The European Parliament takes important step to enshrine net neutrality into law

The European Parliament takes important step to enshrine net neutrality into law | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Today the European Parliament voted on the Telecoms Single Market proposal, a major legislative achievement protecting net neutrality that will have a crucial impact on how European users experience the internet for generations.

 

Members of the European Parliament today rejected measures put forward by the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), and instead adopted most of the much improved amendments introduced by the Liberals, the Socialists, the Greens and the European United Left.

 

An end to network discrimination in Europe


The text adopted today introduces comprehensive measures preserving the open internet by providing a clear and binding definition of network neutrality...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

This is good news, the EU parliament is for net neutrality... but it is tempered by the fact that the final decision isn't up to the parliament. The article states that "The Telecoms Single Market proposal will now be reviewed by the Council of  the European Union."


So the final decision will be up to an assembly of national ministers concerned with matters of telecommunications that make up the Council...


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National Bitcoin Alternative Auroracoin Launches To Save Iceland's Economy

National Bitcoin Alternative Auroracoin Launches To Save Iceland's Economy | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it
Auroracoin is among the first serious attempts to use a new Bitcoin-inspired crypto-currency to save a flailing European economy, starting today.
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Bitcoin for one country - Iceland. That should be an interesting experiment, with another country - Spain - next on the list...

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Enter The Blockchain: How Bitcoin Can Turn The Cloud Inside Out

Enter The Blockchain: How Bitcoin Can Turn The Cloud Inside Out | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Beyond the hype and the greed, Bitcoin is powered by a genuine technical breakthrough, to a degree I did not properly appreciate when I first started writing about it.


The “blockchain” — the engine on which Bitcoin is built — is a new kind of distributed consensus system that allows transactions, or other data, to be securely stored and verified without any centralized authority at all, because (to grossly oversimplify) they are validated by the entire network.


Those transactions don’t have to be financial; that data doesn’t have to be money. The engine that powers Bitcoin can be used for a whole array of other applications…

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Bitoin is more than money...

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Ecuador's sharing economy

Ecuador's sharing economy | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

In 2007 Ecuador began an interesting experiment – a national development plan for good living.


It is based around social justice, participation, diversity, sustainability and human wellbeing. It specifically rejects the Washington Consensus and neoliberal economics, and redefines development as ‘good living’.


  • “Good Living is based on a vision that surpasses the narrow confines of quantitative economicism and challenges the notion of material, mechanic and endless accumulation of goods. Instead the new paradigm promotes an inclusive, sustainable, and democratic economic strategy; one that incorporates actors historically excluded from the capitalist, market-driven logic of accumulation and (re)distribution.”
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Ecuador's sharing economy de-emphasizes GDP and orients the country towards Good Living...

On the cutting edge in Ecuador: The FLOK (Free/Libre Open Knowledge) Society is evolving policies for the economic transition

http://www.slideshare.net/floksociety/press-release-flok-society-32417669 ;

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What are Community Sufficiency Technologies - from the Living Systems Institute

What are Community Sufficiency Technologies - from the Living Systems Institute | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

There are two ways you can invest your discretionary time and money.  You can invest in trying to make a profit, in which case, your investment is subject to all the market forces and the corresponding risks.  And/or, you could invest in the capacity to provide for yourself, in which case, for those things, you don't care what happens in the market.


In the market we have a feed back loop that rewards efficiency of scale, resulting in bigger companies making fewer products.  Local systems of production, owned by the consumers of what they produce, create a feed back loop that rewards efficiencies of integration.  We can use each resource for many purposes, stacking functions and reducing costs.

 

Imagine a system of gardens and greenhouses that produced enough food for the entire neighborhood (Neighborhoods already own much of what is required). 


Imagine that anyone in the neighborhood could get a share of that food by doing what they enjoy . . . fixing cars, reading to kids, cooking, sewing, carpentry, home repair, gardening, making cheese . . . 


Every Dollar that a neighborhood saves, producing for itself what its members would otherwise purchase in the market, is a Dollar that could be invested in more capacity to produce, creating the opportunity for even more savings.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

We have to re-think our reliance on multinationals doing everything for us and get into producing at least some of the things we need ourselves. And if it's done in a community setting, everything gets much easier...

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6 technological innovations to make the NSA irrelevant that may just change the world

6 technological innovations to make the NSA irrelevant that may just change the world | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

People used to assume that the United States government was held in check by the constitution, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and which demands due process in criminal investigations, but such illusions have evaporated in recent years.


It turns out that the NSA considers itself above the law in every respect and feels entitled to spy on anyone anywhere in the world without warrants, and without any real oversight. 


Whether petitions and protests will have any real impact on how the U.S. government operates is questionable, however some very smart people have decided not to wait around and find out. Instead they're focusing on making the NSA's job impossible. In the process they may fundamentally alter the way the internet operates.


Rather than grovel and beg for the U.S. government to respect our privacy, these innovators have taken matters into their own hands, and their work may change the playing field completely.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

When the internet started out, it was a de-centralized network of computers acting as peers. Little by little, this has changed where central servers and data highways became choke points, opening the way for censorship and massive surveillance.


If these programmers have their way, this will all change. The internet will once more be de-centralized. Each one of our own computers may be an important link, a node in a network that does not need server farms and our data will either avoid the main highways or travel incognito...

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The Pirate Bay is coding a P2P torrent-based Internet to beat censorship for good

The Pirate Bay is coding a P2P torrent-based Internet to beat censorship for good | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Instead of bypassing external censors, the new tool will create its own P2P network through which sites can be accessed without restrictions.


“The goal is to create a browser-like client to circumvent censorship, including domain blocking, domain confiscation, IP-blocking. This will be accomplished by sharing all of a site’s indexed data as P2P downloadable packages, that are then browsed/rendered locally,” a Pirate Bay insider explains.


The new software will be released as a standalone application as well as Firefox and Chrome plugins.


Since the site data comes from other peers, there is no central IP-address that can be blocked by Internet providers. Site owners will still offer webseeds to speed up loading, but sites are fully accessible when these are blocked.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

The more suppression and censorship we see on the net, the better tools we shall have to route around these obstacles. It's the nature of the net...

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claudetunes's comment, February 7, 1:18 PM
It can't come soon enough for me, I am getting very tired of my IP blocking the sites I want to visit and not everything on P2P torrent sites is copyrighted, the law in the UK is an ass! Has anyone else used MEGA, I am finding that very useful and the 50GB of free cloud storage is an added bonus - https://mega.co.nz/
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New European Seed Legislation - biodiversity not a priority in agriculture policy but discussion continues

New European Seed Legislation - biodiversity not a priority in agriculture policy but discussion continues | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

The European Commission is drawing up a new law to regulate the sale of all seeds, plants and plant material. This has brought widespread concern and unease among farmers, plant breeders, and the general public.


Biodynamic food company Demeter International and its partners organized a conference on the seed legislation with the support of many NGOs.


The conference “Challenges for producers, consumers and citizens: Who will own the seeds?” took place in Brussels on 22 January 2014 with more than 120 participants including representatives of the European institutions, Member State Authorities, farmers’ associations, breeders, seed savers, university academics, the clergy, and journalists.


MEP Martin Häusling said that seeds are a public good and hence of public interest. Their regulation must be further discussed in public, not only in the European Commission, the European Parliament (EP) and the Council. The Commission’s proposal doesn’t really begin to address sustainable farming and agro-biodiversity.


Silke Helfrich, author and co-founder of the “Commons-Strategies-Group” presented a new concept Commons vs. commodities – a new framework for seed handling”.


She said that the current legal and political framework is based on the idea of seeds as commodities. But what we really need is legal protection of seeds and breeding as the commons.

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Seeds as a commons - evidently a new idea for the European bureaucrats. All they know about is business and competition...

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Gravity Battery Concept

Gravity Battery Concept | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it
Explaining the gravity battery concept, with detailed illustrations on storing energy using simply the force of gravity.
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What a great idea! Store intermittent solar and wind energy in gravity by using weights. Re-convert into electricity when needed. Mechanical battery. Simple and environmentally friendly.

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Stephanie Martinez's curator insight, February 13, 11:44 AM

it always amazes me on the innovative ideas that the bright minds of today are coming up with. everybody has heard about the alternative energy in solar panels but they take it a step further. addressing the flaw in solar panels and working to improve the storage of energy. the only section i would ask to be elaborated is the cost and installation aspects due to the vagueness of "relatively cheap"

 

skylar esparza's curator insight, February 13, 11:46 AM

this is a great addition to self-sufficient sources. the illustration is really cool and explains it really well.

Fernando Moittal's curator insight, February 14, 1:53 AM

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Scottish company Maidsafe claims to have built a Bitcloud-like system

Scottish company Maidsafe claims to have built a Bitcloud-like system | Networking - p2p - a new society | Scoop.it

Last week's announcement of Bitcloud, a theoretical peer-to-peer network project that bypasses centralised servers and uses individual devices as secure nodes for routing and distributing network traffic captured significant media attention. 

 

It is certainly not the first time that the idea of a peer-to-peer redesign of the whole internet has been vaunted, and it holds great appeal to those who think end-to-end encryption is needed. But such a system, workable at scale, is still just a thought experiment. Or is it?

 

A Scottish company, MaidSafe, claims that it has nearly finished building a system that does what Bitcloud is proposing.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Can our data be sitting not just on our own computers and not even on centralized server farms but on all kinds of devices that compute and store? A Scottish company thinks so and they say it could be safer that way.

 

MaidSafe has been doing some important work on making a decentralized internet a real possibility.

 

Coming soon, MaidSafe is a mixed effort in that it seeks to accomodate open source development as well as commercial applications.

http://www.maidsafe.net/

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Guerrilla Translation Originals

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Guerrilla Translation Originals

 

Curated source-language content from Guerrilla Translations

 

This is a collection of links of the original articles (in english) that Guerrilla Translations voluntarily translated to make the information available to the Spanish speaking world...

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Many things related to p2p in this listing and linking of articles which Guerrilla Translations makes accessible to the Spanish speaking world...

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Technologically enhanced basic income as a solution to technological unemployment

The ideas presented in this paper developed in response to help resolve some of the problems which will result from technological unemployment. We believe that as machines become more intelligent and work currently done by human beings become automated there will be a sharp increase in the unemployment rate as humans are laid off to be replaced by intelligent machines.

 

We believe that intelligent machines can be leveraged to provide a basic dividend to a decentralized pseudo-anonymous group of owners as a means of providing an axillary safety-net which cannot be shut down by any government or corporation.

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This is a long and rather technical read but nevertheless an interesting excursion into a possible future where we need to work much less than today, and where having a job is not going to be the only way for people to obtain the means of survival. 

Cryptocurrencies as a means to enable distributed ownership and  spread the riches a bit... 

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