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‘Wealth of Networks’

Tracks the emerging information-sharing, open-source cooperative sectors of economies in the USA, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and other countries. In this new sharing, cooperative economy, sectors are exchanging information, bartering and using new forms of currency in order to make their money stretch further. The Wealth of Networks balances the older competitive sectors based on money.

Relates to: Global Citizenship, Community Development Solutions, Beyond GDP, Partners/Links, EthicalMarkets.tv – The Money Fix and Money Innovation, Power of Yin, Articles by Hazel Henderson

Linking Smart Meters and Social Networks – GTM Daily

A Seventh Way To Generate Power from Water: Pico Hydro Can you name all seven without peeking at the answer? Recycling to Become More Popular with VCs? Steve Jurvetson touts Scientific Conservation and Wowd. Linking Smart Meters and Social Networks Finland's vision for the consumer smart grid treads where few countries dare to go: to [...]

The Network Singularity and Supernetworks

The human understanding and relationship with networks is advancing at a breathtaking pace. The progression is so fast we are nearing The Network Singularity: an explosion of extraordinary network comprehension delivering an exceptionally new understanding of our world. People will inhabit new Supernetworks. Already, today, we depend on them for [...]

How the FCC Can Protect the Internet

How the FCC Can Protect the Internet from Pro-Corporate Judges and Greedy Telecoms Net Neutrality ensures a fair Internet. The telecom industry has the money and power to make sure that doesn't happen -- but the people and the FCC can and should fight back. Daniela Perdomo, AlterNet (more…)

The Courts Can’t Take Away Our Internet

News of the movement for April 7, 2010 www.Savetheinternet.com The Courts Can't Take Away Our Internet The ruling for Comcast by the D.C. Circuit Court could be the biggest blow to our nation's primary communications platform, or it could be the kick in the pants our leaders need to finally protect it. Either way, the future of the Internet, [...]

Free Press Media Reform Daily: Who Should Control Broadband?

FCC or Comcast? Who Should Control Broadband? Does the FCC have the legal authority to regulate Internet access? It's a question that could throw a monkey wrench into the FCC's national broadband plan. A case brought by Comcast against the FCC is pending before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the big telecoms are pressing Congress to step [...]

P2P Foundation

The grand alliance for the commons: the task of 21 cy. politics In my writings on P2P Theory, I have a rather simple, but I believe true, formula to describe the crisis of the global system of neoliberal capitalism. (more…)

Defense of the Internet: European civil society organizes a protest action at the Summit of the EU Ministers of Culture

Individuals, artists and NGO's, including, among others, FCForum, eXgae, La Quadrature du Net, P2P Foundation, European Digital Rights, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Scambioetico, Open Standards Alliance, Red SOStenible, Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure Spain, Creative Commons Spain, have organized a coordinated protest campaign [...]

Today, Public = Online

Happy Sunshine Week! We have some very good news today in the fight to make government transparent and accountable. Right now, I'm up on Capitol Hill with a lot of Sunlight's staff to announce the Public Online Information Act. This new legislation will require Executive Branch agencies to publish all publicly available information on the [...]

Media Policy at the FCC

FCC Unveils Broadband Plan The FCC released its long-awaited national broadband plan -- a 360-page document that agency officials dubbed a "call to action" for extending low-cost, high-speed Internet service to all Americans by 2020. The technology blueprint outlines six long-term goals. David Hatch, National Journal Fast Internet Must Also [...]

P2P Foundation

Peer to peer cinema at Clip Kino “‘Clip Kino’ events are self-organised screening events of short video clips & documentaries found online. It aims to drag aspects of normalised ‘private’ activity - of viewing downloaded content on one’s own computer - into public space for screening, appreciation and debate. [...]

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