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Book of the Day: On Catholics and Software -
Changing Society Without Taking Power -
FireChat lets Hong Kong protesters connect without cell or wifi networks -
The emergence of dynamic ownership -
Essay of the Day: Piketty, Marx, and the Political Economy of the Internet -
Video: Donnie Maclurcan, on moving to not-for-profit enterprise models for a sustainable future -
Smart Cities are a bad idea in unequal societies like India -
5 tips for making better team decisions -
We now re-accept Bitcoin donations, see the link on our homepage,
Book of the Day: The Question of Organization after Networks -
Debunking six myths about open access scientific publishing -
Why Clay Shirky Just Asked His Students To Put Their Laptops Away -
Movement of the Day: The Network of Spiritual Progressives -
Capitalism, Not Technological Unemployment, is the Problem -
Essay of the Day: The University as a Hackerspace -
If you want cheap, affordable housing: Keep the Land In Trust -
Contra Rifkin (2): no, the commons are not anti-market -
Big Data needs its checks and balances -
Essay of the Day: The Political Economy of Bitcoin -
Research Thesis (PhD): Making Commons for Peer Production -
Going beyond the Sharing Economy, an event in Gijón, Spain -
What if the so-called sharing economy masked a failing economy ? -
A potential landmark in netarchical profit sharing ? -
Essay of the Day: An Opportunity for Innovative Credentialing for eLearning in Africa -
P2P History: the Jesuit Missions among the Guarani -
Contra Rifkin (1): Food and Manufacturing will never be zero marginal cost -
Digital innovation or Biourbanism? Both, of course! -
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