Difference between revisions of "Blog Essay of the Day Archives 2012"

From P2P Foundation
Jump to navigation Jump to search
 
Line 106: Line 106:
 
* ''[[Commons and World Governance]]''
 
* ''[[Commons and World Governance]]''
 
* ''[[Moving from the National Interest to the Global Interest]]''
 
* ''[[Moving from the National Interest to the Global Interest]]''
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
==July 2012==
 +
 +
*'' A critique of [[Socially Responsible Investment]]''
 +
* ''[[Correcting Negative Myths about Renewable Energy]]''
 +
*'' [[Mediating_Democracy_Through_Proxy_Voting_and_Shadow_Parliaments]]''
 +
* ''[[How Renewables Will Change Electricity Markets‎‎]]''
 +
* ''[[Open Media Literacy Manifesto]]''
 +
* ''[[Tom Atlee on the New Sharing Economy]]''
 +
''* [[Authority in Peer Production]]''
 +
''* [[On the Importance of Architectures in Social Studies of Peer-to-Peer Technology]]. Francesca Musiani. Journal of Peer Production, Issue 1, 2012.  [http://peerproduction.net/issues/issue-1/peer-reviewed-papers/caring-about-the-plumbing/]''
 +
''* Jakob Rigi on the relation between p2p and communism, [[Peer to Peer Production as the Alternative to Capitalism]]''
 +
''* [[Do-It-Yourself Biology and the Rise of Citizen Biotech-Economies]]''
 +
 +
 +
==August==
 +
 +
* ''Introduction to [[Energy Economics]]''
 +
* ''[[Capitalism as a Transformation of Slavery]]''
 +
* ''[[Insurgent Tactics and their Responses]]''
 +
* ''[[Democracy and Revolution]] in the Thoughts of Marx and Zizek''
 +
* ''[[Compositionism]] as a replacement of critique. Bruno Latour''
 +
* ''[[Impact of Open APIs at Four News Organizations]] + [[Impact of Crowdfunding on Journalism]]''
 +
* ''[[Cognitive Democracy]]''
 +
* ''[[On_the_Failure_of_the_Environmental_Movement]]''
 +
* ''[[On the Need for Global Deterritorialized Counter-Struggles]]''
 +
* ''in 2 parts: * Article: The [[Commodification of Information Commons]]. By Primavera De Filippi and Miguel Said Vieira.''
 +
* ''[[Community Governance in Digital Commons]] ; An Introduction to the Digital Commons: From Common-Pool Resources to Community Governance. Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay and Hervé Le Crosnier.''
 +
* ''[[Urban Public Spaces as Commons]]''
 +
* ''[[Long-Term Discounting Frameworks]]''
 +
* ''[[Microfinance and the Illusion of Development]]''
 +
* ''The [[Brain Physiology of Egoistic and Empathic Motivation]]''
 +
 +
 +
==October 2012==
 +
 +
* ''[[On the Need to Scale Up Anti-Poverty Strategies]]''
 +
* ''[[Toward a Global Social Contract]]''
 +
* ''[[Eight Principles for a Sustainability Rights Framework‎]]''
 +
* ''[[Self-Unfolding]] through peering and the commons''
 +
* ''[[Virtual Guilds and the Future of Craft]]''
 +
* ''[[White Paper on Fractional Scholarship]]''
 +
* ''[[Thomas Olsen on the New Taxation Paradigm]]''
 +
* ''[[Using Nondominion to Evolve from Local to Global Commons]]''
 +
* ''[[Peer Producing Plenty in the Physical World]]''
 +
* ''[[Non-State Sovereign Entrepreneurs and Non-Territorial Sovereign Organizations]]''
 +
* ''[[Rebirth of Guilds]]''
 +
* ''[[Paul Hartzog on the Advantages of Scale of Openness and Peer Production]]''
 +
* ''[[Making Piracy Obsolite Through the Payright System]]''
 +
 +
== December 2012==
 +
 +
* ''[[Historical Reflections on Patronage, Autonomy, and Transaction]]''

Latest revision as of 14:04, 20 July 2013

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



March 2012

* Piracy as Marketing: "Piracy is the new radio" * Open Market Sustainability * Is There Such a Thing as Ethical Capitalism? * Openness Undermines Advertizing * Four Stages of Temporal-Spatial Organization in Human History. Jason F. McLennan. * How the Law Is Used To Stifle the Sharing Economy. Chris Laroche. * Is Peer Production a Real Mode of Production?

* Qualitative Easing Through Stock Issuance * Exploring the Emergence of the Cyberhero Archetype * Why the Occupy Movement Represents a New Politics * http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012/02/201228715322807.html * Reproducible Science Needs Open Source Software‎ * http://www.civilizingtheeconomy.com/2012/02/the-civic-as-the-foundation-for-the-commons-markets-and-governments/ * Facilitating Smarter Crowds for Stronger Networked Commons * We the Web Kids. Piotr Czerski. We, the Web Kids. (translated by Marta Szreder) * Jean Lievens on the P2P Revolution in Media * From Open Source to Open Sourcing Digital Medical Devices. Glyn Moody * Get Rid of Banks and Build Up a Modern Financial World * Reconfiguring Education for the User-Led Age * Notes on Spiritual Leadership and Relational Spirituality. John Heron.

To Do:


April 2012


June 2012



July 2012

* Authority in Peer Production * On the Importance of Architectures in Social Studies of Peer-to-Peer Technology. Francesca Musiani. Journal of Peer Production, Issue 1, 2012. [1] * Jakob Rigi on the relation between p2p and communism, Peer to Peer Production as the Alternative to Capitalism * Do-It-Yourself Biology and the Rise of Citizen Biotech-Economies


August


October 2012

December 2012