Monthly Archives: October 2016

Basis for my Belief in Open Connectivism : “Connect with the Other”

Here is IMHO the only antidote against the isolationist and xenophobic IDEAS of Trump, PERGIDA (Ger), Ms Le Pen(Fr), Wilders (PVV-NL) and UKIP (UK). And a powerful idea opposite to the ideas of upcoming fascism and nationalism all over the world, … Continue reading

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The “HyperNormalisation” Documentary 2016

This is the link to a very stunning documentary by Adam Curtis broadcasted on the BBC. It can be seen within the UK  (when clicking on the BBC.co.uk link for this broadcast I get the message “iPlayer only works in … Continue reading

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Postcapitalism and the city — P2P Foundation

Paul Mason delivered this Keynote at Barcelona Initiative for Technological SovereigntyCCCB, 7 October 2016: The idea of postcapitalism consists of two hypotheses, about the unique effects of information technology (ICT). First, that information technology is preventing the normal adaptation process, … Continue reading

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Commons: A Frame for Thinking Beyond Growth — P2P Foundation

The main concern in a commons economy is not to compete or think in terms of business models, but rather to make the best use of shared resources so that no one is left behind. In this interview, commons scholar … Continue reading

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