Category Archives: P2P Power

The way Ahead 9: Discussion on Jeremy Rifkin’s directions towards The Collaborative Age

Reblogged from two of Michel Bauwens articles on the P2P Foundation Blog: (1) https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/think-rifkins-post-capitalist-approach-part-one/2016/08/10 (2) https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/think-rifkins-post-capitalist-approach-part-two/2016/08/12 In “What to think of Rifkins Post-Capitalist Approach” Bauwens describes and comments on the recent PhD thesis with about the same title of Michael J. C.  McAllum, … Continue reading

Posted in belief system, Collaboration, Commons, Commons Transition, Communities, Complexity, coordination, Geopolitics, innovation, Kantelaars, moral values, P2P Commons, P2P Power, P2P Theory, Participation design, Platform cooperativism, TransTribalCollaboration, Uncategorized, Wealth creation | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Way Ahead 8: About New Economy

Reblogged from the  P2PFoundation Blog and several other sites that published this article Jaap van Till, TheConnectivist ========================================= 07-06-2016 | Mayo Fuster Morell A NEW ECONOMY: SOCIAL, COMMONS, FEMINIST, AND ENVIRONMENTAL P2PVALUE Women pushing car, 1944. University of Oregon. CC-BY-NC-ND Cases … Continue reading

Posted in Commons, Communities, ecology, Feminism, P2P Commons, P2P Power, Participation design, Platform cooperativism, social innovation, Uncategorized, Value, Wealth creation | Leave a comment

The Way Ahead 6: Call for a European Commons Assembly

  Reposted from the P2PFoundation website   and can be seen at   http://wp.me/p4csWb-f5X =============Re-posted================= Civic and community initiatives are working to vitalize our urban, rural, scientific and digital commons, and promoting a future guided by democratic participation, social equity and environmental … Continue reading

Posted in Collaboration, democracy, Fiber-to-the-Farm, Growing food, Maker Movement, Megaregions, New Power, P2P Commons, P2P Power, solarwarmth, Synthecracy, TransTribalCollaboration, Trust, Uncategorized, Value, Wealth creation | 1 Comment

(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

Posted in btwiener, coordination, Demand side, Exponential growth, flocking, Internet success, Jobs, New Power, P2P Commons, P2P Power, Recession, Synthecracy, Value, Van Till's Principle, Wealth creation | Tagged , , | 8 Comments

Russia’s Semantic Internet Polution Factory

  (updated with a PS on March 4, 2015) 1. Russia has been staging a very big and concentrated propaganda effort to promote and broadcast the political positions of its government. Agitation and Propaganda AGITPROP has been a vital effort … 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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(NP4) BitTorrent BLEEP: Websites Hosted in the CROWD, not the Cloud

 ((update May 14, 2015 with article from The Inquirer)) http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2408241/bittorrent-bleep-takes-on-hangouts-skype-snapchat-and-the-nsa-all-at-once ====From The Inquirer========== BitTorrent Bleep takes on Hangouts, Skype, Snapchat and the NSA all at once Anonymous chat without the cloud By Chris Merriman Wed May 13 2015, 08:55 BITTORRENT … Continue reading

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