Category Archives: Demand side

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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The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF2016) opens online on Monday Nov 7

Molly Marshall asked me to forward the following message to you. Please forward it in your network.        jaap van till, TheConnectivist ============================================== The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that explores the question: The … Continue reading

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(NP12) What Drives Broadband Access Demand ? (in the Dutch Language)

On June 11 2015 in Enschede (NL),  during the “NDIX Relations Day”, I presented a short lecture about why we will need 1 / 1 Gig bit/sec network access in offices and at home. The sheets are in the Dutch … Continue reading

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What Drives Us To Contribute to Society

Everybody wants to be appreciated by other members of the communities they are part of !!! It makes you feel valued. And it is nice to do. Parents often fail to show appreciation to their kids. It is so important for … Continue reading

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(NP9) Engines for the New Power: The Four Network Effects, version April 19

  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. “Everything wants to be connected“, is the famous ‘Renan Law’ of my friend and colleague Sheldon Renan. But, why does everything in the universe want that? What is this … Continue reading

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(NP8) The Fish Power Metaphor

I have seen this inspiring metaphor of New Power emerge again and again the last few years. Often drawn as demonstration posters, which get the message across: “cooperate and join forces”. Please send me new photo’s of Fish Power, so … Continue reading

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(NP5) The New Power of Crafters is Growing

Yes, the work of craftsman and craftswomen, who together are called “Crafters”, is getting successful. The things they do cover a very wide area of tinkering in garages, FabLabs of the “Maker Movement”, sharing and growing food on roofs (NL: … Continue reading

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