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==January 2012==
 
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All January is Done
 
All January is Done
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==February 2012==
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* The [[Digital Divide in User-Generated Content]]. Mark Graham:
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* [[Internet and Democracy]]. Matthew Champion
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* [[Anonymous as an Antinomian Movement]]
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* [[Autonomy, Labour, and the Political Economy of Social Media]]. By Dmytri Kleiner
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* [[Commons as a Challenge for Classical Economics]]
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* [[Occupy as a Movement of the Salaried Bourgeoisie]]''
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* [[Peer-to-Peer Themes and Urban Priorities for the Self-organizing Society]]
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* [[Concept of the Commons and the Convergence of the Social Movements]]
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* [[Thrivability as a Critique of Sustainability]]
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''* Should we go back to the [[Public Creation of Money]]?''
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''* [[Why Localization is Inevitable in a Resource-Scarce World]]''
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''* [[Product-Centered Business Supply Chain Development vs People-Centered Business Network Ecosystem Development]],use title: Towards People-Centered Business Ecosystems''

Revision as of 12:58, 4 March 2012

January 2012

* Ten Peer_Production_Patterns. Stefan Meretz. Part 1, Pattern 1 to 5 - January 20, 2012 * Ten Peer_Production_Patterns. Stefan Meretz. Part 2. Pattern 6 to 10 - January 22, 2012 * The Networked Future of Urban Agriculture. Nevin Cohen. In special issue: Hacking_the_Food_System. - January 24, 2012 * Michael Gurstein: On the Failure to Measure the Contributions of the Internet Economy - January 26, 2012 * How the OccupyWallStreet Movement is Evolving from Networked Individualism to Empowered Communities - January 28, 2012

* Occupy Wall Street as a Culture Change Movement. William Gamson. - February 2, 2012 * Collective Sense-Making as Negotiated Agreement. Harold jarche - February 4, 2012

All January is Done

February 2012

Done:

* Should we go back to the Public Creation of Money? * Why Localization is Inevitable in a Resource-Scarce World * Product-Centered Business Supply Chain Development vs People-Centered Business Network Ecosystem Development,use title: Towards People-Centered Business Ecosystems