Peter Barnes on Capitalism 3.0

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Peter Barnes on Capitalism 3.0


Podcast

URL = http://www.motherjones.com/radio/2006/10/102206_broadcast.html

Interview by Mother Jones magazine: "Working Assets co-founder Peter Barnes has just published "Capitalism 3.0," which looks at how corporations exploit the "commons" -- the environment, the airwaves, and anything else that's not already private property. "They gobble up as much of what is not claimed as property and try to convert it into something that they own and can charge for use. The commons is shrinking because of this constant appropriation by corporations."


Webcast

URL = http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=420

"Working Assets Co-founder and successful journalist Peter Barnes details a revolutionary market-based approach to “upgrading” capitalism in Capitalism 3.0. He presents an original framework for the future that retains society’s common heritage and unique cultural character by creating a “we” sector to counterbalance the current, corrosive “me” sector."


Bio

Bio at http://www.motherjones.com/radio/2006/10/barnes_bio.html

Peter Barnes is the co-founder and former president of Working Assets Long Distance. In 1995, he was named Socially Responsible Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California. He is the author of “Who Owns the Sky?” and “Pawns: The Plight of the Citizen-Soldier,” and has written for Newsweek, The New Republic, the New York Times, and many other publications.