Michel Bauwens on Open Source Culture and its Solutions for Global Problems

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Video via http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WvcK_Obswdg

From the Open Source conference + hacklab "Move Fast and Break Things" on the 22. of september 2011 at IT-University in Copenhagen; explains the principles of the developing Peer and Sharing Economy and its potentials to deal with emerging crises.


"Michel Bauwens from The Foundation for P2P Alternatives discusses in this keynote speech the current proliferation of peer production practices and peer-to-peer culture that he dubs the “third revolution in human productivity” (the first two being the inventions of slavery and capitalism), in which intrinsic motivation replaces extrinsic motivation as the driver of production for the individual. He also discusses the implications of this shift to the notions of property and governance. The speech was held at the IT-University in Copenhagen on September 22, 2011." (http://thescienceofdestruction.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/michel-bauwens-on-the-emergence-of-peer-to-peer-culture/)