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"NextNet" is an umbrella term used to refer to a variety of activities aimed at building next-generation distributed infrastructure.


<draft for a declaration of interdependence - broad statement about the core values and principles that unite us>


<people projects and organizations working on realizing aspects of the above vision>


The Foundation for P2P Alternatives Free Software Foundation Future Forward Institute New America Foundation Electronic Frontier Foundation Brave New Software Creative Commons Commons Strategies Group World Wide Web Consortium Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium FreedomBox Foundation The New Economics Foundation


Program on Liberation Technology (Stanford)


The GNU Project FreedomBox Project Open Source Ecology Appropedia VillageTelco The Serval Project Tor Project

People / Blogs

Technology Liberation Front - The COOK Report on Internet Protocol - Shareable On The Commons Yes! Magazine


The term came into use when Douglas Rushkoff posted:

There is a twitter hashtag search here:!/search?q=%23NextNet


A minimal-requirements proof-of-concept can be seen in a diagram here:

Possibly related or consistent ideas

Mark Pesce's Plexus p2p distributed social network architecture: --Poor Richard 06:35, 2 April 2011 (UTC)