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Sunday May 08 2011
12:30 PM

Everything Open and Free: A model for Hacking Everything

category dublin | education | event notice author Thursday May 05, 2011 09:09author by Bill Doran - Knowledge Exchange Report this post to the editors

The last Knowledge lecture

This will be the last in the current season of Knowledge Exchange lectures, it will be presented by Michel Bauwens founder of the P2P foundation (http://p2pfoundation.net/).

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What do we do now that failing neoliberalism no longer even pretends to offer a better life? Resisting the system, without offering an alternative, is no longer sufficient. Part of the answer is to construct infrastructures that allow the common creation of value, but that embed new social values in the technology itself. This is in fact happening on a global basis as the technologies for sharing knowledge, software and designs, are merging with more distributed machinery and mission-oriented organizational forms, as well as new forms of human awareness that together offer a promise of integrated social change.

Speaker: Michel Bauwens, founder of the P2P Foundation.

http://knowledge.exchangedublin.ie/

Related Link: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=208282642525246
author by Tpublication date Sat May 07, 2011 23:45Report this post to the editors

Is there any chance that a mp3 of this interesting talk can be made and posted here?

 
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