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Dutch Wind Turbine Purchase Sets World Crowdfunding Record

Dutch Wind Turbine Purchase Sets World Crowdfunding Record | Networked 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.

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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 | Networked 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 | Networked 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) | Networked 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.

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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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Tails: Use the Net Anonymously, Anywhere—From a USB Stick

Tails: Use the Net Anonymously, Anywhere—From a USB Stick | Networked Society | Scoop.it

Tails is an operating system that can be installed on a USB stick (or DVD or SD card) which can be used on any computer, anywhere without using the computer’s native operating system. It also keeps your identity and activities secret by using Tor.

 

It’s safe anonymity in your pocket—and can be brought along to a library, Internet café, work or wherever else you might want to go to use the Internet anonymously. 

 

It is a complete operating system designed to be used from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card independently of the computer’s original operating system. It is Free Software and based on Debian GNU/Linux…

 

Using Tails on a computer doesn’t alter or depend on the operating system installed on it. So you can use it in the same way on your computer, a friend’s or one at your local library. After shutting down Tails, the computer can start again on its usual operating system.

 

You can download Tails here


https://tails.boum.org/

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With the intelligence agencies snooping everywhere, many are looking around for a secure way of communicating.

 

Tere is a tool being developed for that, which fits on a USB stick...

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Here’s Why You Should Convert Your Music To 432 Hz

Here’s Why You Should Convert Your Music To 432 Hz | Networked Society | Scoop.it

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

– Nikola Tesla

 

“What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.”

– Albert Einstein

 

“From my own observations, some of the harmonic overtone partials of A=432hz 12T5 appear to line up to natural patterns and also the resonance of solitons. Solitons need a specific range to form into the realm of density and span from the micro to the macro cosmos. Solitons are not only found in water mechanics, but also in the ion-acoustic breath between electrons and protons.”

– Brian T. Collins

 

“The overall sound difference was noticeable, the 432 version sounding warmer, clearer and instantly sounded more listenable but the 440 version felt tighter, with more aggressive energy.”

– Anonymous guitarist

 

“Music based on C=128hz (C note in concert A=432hz) will support humanity on its way towards spiritual freedom. The inner ear of the human being is built on C=128 hz”

– Rudolf Steiner

 

As always, to read the whole article follow the headline (it's a link)...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

a little difference in the tuning of music that might make a big difference for humanity in the end...

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▶ Bitcoin is primarily a network, not a currency - Andreas Antonopoulos - Video 37min

Bitcoin Neutrality - a talk by Andreas Antonopolus

at the Latin American Bitcoin Conference

 

"Bitcoin is a network, and it's a protocol and more importantly it's an invention in distributed computing science that truly revolutionizes distributed computing because it allows, for the first time, to achieve consensus across a distributed network without a trusted third party.

 

We haven't even begun to understand the implications of that invention, but it includes a lot more than just currency. 

 

Currency is just the first app on the bitcoin network... "

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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, December 20, 2013 6:25 AM

Bitcoin is going through  a real test phase right now. 

 

Can it stay fully decentralized, in spite of pressure to the contrary?

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Interactive counter by country for the collection of signatures - Basic Income European Citizens' Initiative

Interactive counter by country for the collection of signatures - Basic Income European Citizens' Initiative | Networked Society | Scoop.it

There is a European Citizens' Initiative to force the EU to investigate the feasibility of a Universal Basic Income. The UBI would provide to every citizen, regardless of their economic status, a monthly check for basic expenses. It would put an end to the economic crisis and to the suffering that comes with it.

 

 The results of the signature collection are shown on an interactive map and in a table are compiled from live data from the EC database.

Check out your country's participation and if you agree that a Basic Income would be a good idea, make the idea and the signature collection known among your friends and colleagues ...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

This is a positive initiative that should be collecting way more than the required million of signatures. Yet it is still languishing below 200.000

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UN urges development of more small-scale organic farming - 2013 Report says it's the only way to feed the World

UN urges development of more small-scale organic farming - 2013 Report says it's the only way to feed the World | Networked Society | Scoop.it

Even as the US government continues to push for the use of chemically-intensive corporate-dominated farming, the United Nations is once again sounding the alarm about the urgent need to return to (and develop) a more sustainable, natural and organic system.

 

The cover of the report looks like that of a blockbuster documentary or Hollywood movie, and the dramatic nature of the title cannot be understated: The time is now to switch back to our natural farming roots.

The New UN Farming Report "Wake Up Before It’s Too Late."

 

http://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/ditcted2012d3_en.pdf

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

We may think what we want of the UN ... globalization and all that ... but this particular recommendation is spot-on! We do need to grow our food locally, not only at home but also in developing countries.

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Meanwhile, in Free, Libre, Open Sourced, Shareable Ecuador -

Meanwhile, in Free, Libre, Open Sourced, Shareable Ecuador - | Networked Society | Scoop.it

The concept of good living means harmony, equality, fairness, and solidarity. It’s antithetical to the accumulation of wealth or infinite economic growth that isn’t shared in common.

 

The Plan of Good Living defines “good living” as a way of life that allows for happiness and cultural and environmental diversity. Good living is also an indigenous concept, known in Ecuador and other Andean countries as Sumak Kawsay, a Kichwa phrase.

 

For us, Sumak Kawsay is a product of Sumak Yachay, which means good knowledge. Shared economic prosperity comes from the sharing of knowledge, effort, and technology.

 

The Plan of Good Living establishes a clear framework for the creation of a peer-to-peer, knowledge-based economy in Ecuador….

   
Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Ecuador is working to transform its economy from an extractive economic reliant on oil towards one based on open and shared knowledge.

 

The concept is in their indigenous cultural roots.

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Eight Internet Tech Giants Call for Reforms to Government Surveillance Practices

Eight Internet Tech Giants Call for Reforms to Government Surveillance Practices | Networked Society | Scoop.it

It is time for the world’s governments to address the practices and laws regulating government surveillance.

 

"We urge the US to take the lead and make reforms that ensure that government surveillance efforts are clearly restricted by law, proportionate to the risks, transparent and subject to independent oversight."

 

To see the full set of principles we support, visit ReformGovernmentSurveillance.com

 
Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have taken out full page ads in some of the larger US papers and they are addressing Congress and the US Government with a clear message: Universal surveillance is not where we want to end up. There need to be clear, agreed-upon rules of what government agencies can demand and under what circumstances...

 
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Software is reorganizing the world - from cloud computing to cloud countries...

Software is reorganizing the world - from cloud computing to cloud countries... | Networked Society | Scoop.it

When cloud formations take physical shape, neither their scale nor duration has an upper bound: We may begin to see cloud towns, then cloud cities, and ultimately cloud countries. At first this sounds rather implausible.

 

Technology is enabling arbitrary numbers of people from around the world to assemble in remote locations, without interrupting their ability to work or communicate with existing networks. In this sense, the future of technology is not really location-based apps; it is about making location completely unimportant.

 

When it comes to the constraints on mobility imposed by the physical world, the rule is simple:when goods themselves can’t be digitized, our interface to them will be.

 

What we can say for certain is this: from Occupy Wall Street and YCombinator to co-living in San Francisco and co-housing in the UK, something important is happening. People are meeting like minds in the cloud and traveling to meet each other offline, in the process building community — and tools for community — where none existed before.

 

Will this ultimately end in a cloud country of our own...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

We see it in our social networking habits. Many of us, more than interacting with family, find some kind of kindred-spirits-community that we feel attracted to and spend time with, regardless of whether they are physically close or not. 

Will that eventually come back to the physical and lead to the creation of "real" cloud-originated towns, cities and even countries?  

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Court upholds legality of Google Books - tremendous victory for fair use and the public interest

Court upholds legality of Google Books - tremendous victory for fair use and the public interest | Networked Society | Scoop.it

After years of litigation, Judge Denny Chin has ruled that the Google Books project does not infringe copyright.  Readers, authors, librarians and future fair users can rejoice.

 

For years, Google has been cooperating with libraries to digitize books and create massive, publicly available and searchable books database. Users can search the database, which includes millions of works for keywords. Results include titles, page numbers, and small snippets of text. It has become an extraordinarily valuable tool for librarians, scholars, and amateur researchers of all kinds.

 

Many librarians reported that they have purchased new books for their collections after discovering them through Google Books. Nonetheless, the Authors Guild argues that its members are owed compensation in exchange for their books being digitized and included in the database...

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A searchable index of millions of books of all kinds ... that certainly is a worthwhile project. The court recognized this and told copyright owners they should be happy for the publicity...

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Keepamericaheard Maria Catania's curator insight, December 16, 2013 11:06 AM

I love the technology has advanced into digitize books of literature of some sort.

Technically speaking The technology aspect of life has ruined the imagination to the human eye of reading weather and maybe a magazine specially book anything that's in binding, feel the texture of the paper, the Visual experience I feel is much more educating today to the human mind of imagination versus digitized technology has become our future of visualization-

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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 | Networked 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.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

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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Farmer-Scientist Partnership for Agricultural Development

Farmer-Scientist Partnership for Agricultural Development | Networked Society | Scoop.it

“Farmers’ rights advocates have the potential to evolve into what the open source software movement has become, i.e., a commons-based peer-production network that facilitates the sharing of plant genetic information and biotechnological tools.

 

One of the most active of these groups is the Philippines-based MASIPAG, an organization that brings together farmers, scientists, and NGOs to engage in agricultural research.

 

For software read seed. Some farmers are seed “hackers.” Although their source code—the DNA coding—is closed to them, nature itself or human intervention generates new “hacks” by crosses and mutation, and farmers select hacks that they judge beneficial.

 

The tantalising prospect opens up that [participatory plant breeding] might be able to capture the power of the “bazaar” development model in the same way that the open-source software movement has. . . .

 

If [participatory plant breeding] can harness the creativity of farmer “hackers,” wouldn’t this be a better and safer way of trying to double rice production in the next twenty years than relying on Big Science to pull off a second Green Revolution?

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Farmers as (bio) hackers. I like that analogy.

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Commotion 1.0 Mesh Networking Toolkit makes neighborhood networks easy to build

Commotion 1.0 Mesh Networking Toolkit makes neighborhood networks easy to build | Networked Society | Scoop.it

Commotion 1.0 is an open-source toolkit that provides users software and training materials to adapt mobile phones, computers, and other wireless devices to create decentralized mesh networks so they can connect and share local services.

 

A mesh network can function locally making local sites and services available, but when one user connects to the Internet, all users will have access to it as well.

 

“A mesh network is stronger when more people participate, so we designed Commotion and the Commotion Construction Kit so an entire town or neighborhood can take part in designing, building and using the network. It's family friendly technology.”

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Linking up local communities - think what locally useful content and services can all of a sudden become available in a community ... no internet connection is needed for those local bits.

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The top 25 under-reported (censored) stories of 2013 - Project Censored

The top 25 under-reported (censored) stories of 2013 - Project Censored | Networked Society | Scoop.it

Project Censored specializes in covering the top stories which were subjected to media censorship either by being ignored or downplayed by the mainstream media each year.

 

The 5 top stories chosen this year include Bradley Manning and his courageous act of whistleblowing, tax havens where the 1% hide away their money, the secret negotiations for a trans-pacific partnership not subject to democratic controls, the fact that Obama has come after whistleblowers with heavy handed action, and the rise of groups in the US that preach hate and intolerance.


Other interesting stories: Interest on money inflates global prices by 35%, lots of hungry people in America (a fifth of Americans go hungry), the looming health threat of wireless technologies, journalists are under attack ... can't protect their sources any more, the ten-year anniversary of the Creative Commons providing an alternative to copyright, the dangers of fracking, Monsanto's trail of suicided farmers in India, and a proposed transaction tax that could curb speculation while bringing huge tax income...


See the stories and summaries by following the headline...

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Project censored is an academic project that is holding a mirror up to the face of journalism and the media. Every year, 25 stories are chosen that did not get the media attention they deserved...

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Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, January 1, 12:05 AM

Every year they select many stories to be ranked from No. 1 to No. 25. At any rank there may be more than one story. These are usually stories that should have hit the headline in the mainstream media but were actually censored or downplayed. However, the award is normally given to stories on American issues, sometimes global issues. The award is an academic project of the University of California at Sonoma.

Birgitta Edberg's curator insight, January 2, 3:14 PM

Good read!

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Share the wealth: Swiss to vote on unconditional minimum wage

Share the wealth: Swiss to vote on unconditional minimum wage | Networked Society | Scoop.it

Per capita Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world, and voted ‘no’ to a maximum wage for execs in November, but early next year will vote on a $2,800 basic income for every adult, employed or unemployed.

 

Under Swiss direct democracy, citizens can bring about popular proposals as long as they gather the needed 100,000 signatures to initiate a public vote.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

The Swiss are definitely going ahead with their vote on a universal basic income.

What will the rest of Europe do? 

Are there enough people interested to mobilize the needed one million signatures for the EU initiative? 

 

https://ec.europa.eu/citizens-initiative/REQ-ECI-2012-000028/public/index.do?initiativeLang=en

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33 MEPs call for support for the European Initiative for Basic Income!

33 MEPs call for support for the European Initiative for Basic Income! | Networked Society | Scoop.it

A group of members of the European Parliament urge all citizens to join us them in supporting the european citizens initiative for basic income.

 

Universal basic income is a regular, universal payment to everyone without means-testing or work conditions.

 

It should be high enough to guarantee everyone a dignified existence. It would let people make choices about what to do in life without fear of poverty.

 

It would act as a cushion for the increasing numbers of people who have short-term or zero-hour contracts, and those starting up their own businesses.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Anyone living in Europe can sign this one.

 

A universal basic income would make life a lot easier for many people.

 

It would also allow us to choose well whom we'd like to work for, resulting in interesting shifts in the "employment market"...

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Decentralization changes economy and society - Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson on emerging mega trends...

Fred Wilson has been a venture capitalist since 1986 and is undoubtedly one of the most well known VCs in the tech space.

 

Fred's unique view on the Next 10 years includes:

1) bureaucratic hierarchies are transitioning to technology-driven networks. 

 

2) Services and tech products are being unbundled. Parts are available to put together the best combination. 

 

3) We all have become nodes on the network.

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An interesting talk about an ongoing trend towards decentralization of everything in the economy. A bit like ... "how capital is trying to ride the wave of decentralization."

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The arithmetic of continuous economic growth - it's the exponential function that gets us! (Video - 10min)

The arithmetic of continuous economic growth - it's the exponential function that gets us! (Video - 10min) | Networked Society | Scoop.it

The greatest shortcoming of the Human Race is our inability to understand the exponential function. 

Professor Albert Allen Bartlett, gave this powerful lecture over 1,700 times during his career. If this one made you think, you can watch the entire series online on Professor Bartlett's website. 

 

The series is called Arithmetic, Population and Energy and you can find it here:

http://www.albartlett.org/presentations/arithmetic_population_energy_video1.html ;

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

A fascinating lecture - you will think differently every time you hear the phrase "economic growth" in the future!

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Keepamericaheard Maria Catania's curator insight, December 16, 2013 10:50 AM

I call it a very dysfunctional one...

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Secret US EU trade and economic cooperation deal to be signed - That's why Monsanto is uncorking the champagne??

Secret US EU trade and economic cooperation deal to be signed - That's why Monsanto is uncorking the champagne?? | Networked Society | Scoop.it
Countries are rushing to agree a secret trade deal that would allow companies to sue our governments for passing laws that protect us, but reduce their profits! But three countries are wobbling and we can get them to scupper this corporate takeover.
Sign the petition at Avaaz here: http://www.avaaz.org/en/no_champagne_for_monsanto_coff/?bDaFeab&v=32182
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Might as well try to throw a shoe in the works here...

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Petition at Whitehouse.gov calls for Basic Income | Basic Income News

Petition at Whitehouse.gov calls for Basic Income | Basic Income News | Networked Society | Scoop.it

A Petition is now online at the Whitehouse.gov website reading, “we petition the Obama administration to: Establish a basic income guarantee for all Americans, similar to what is being proposed in Switzerland.

 

This would establish a guaranteed income for all Americans, immediately eliminating poverty and reducing bureaucratic costs.”

 

Posted on November 15, 2013, this petition has 30 days (until December 15, 2013 to collect 100,000 virtual signatures to trigger an official response by the White House.

Sepp Hasslberger's insight:

Basic income ... an idea whose time has come?

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Keepamericaheard Maria Catania's curator insight, December 16, 2013 10:53 AM

I feel people that work in the White House, Government and Congress all need to take pay cuts-

-keepamericaheard-

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