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  1. /index.php
  2. 1.1 Le projet GNU et le Logiciel Libre (en bref)
  3. 100 Percent Reserve Banking
  4. 100 Point Open Source Projects
  5. 100 cases of Changeability
  6. 10Pines Open Salary System - Argentina
  7. 11 Structural Problems of the Current World System
  8. 13 Open Source Hardware Companies Making $1 Million or More
  9. 15-Minute Cities
  10. 15Hack
  11. 15M.cc
  12. 15M Civic Taskforces
  13. 15M Movement - Spain
  14. 15M Oviedo Grupo de Urbanismo, Barrios y Medio Ambiente del
  15. 15MpaRato
  16. 15 May Revolution
  17. 15 October
  18. 16 Social Features at Amazon
  19. 1984
  20. 2.3.B. P2P and Technological Determinism
  21. 2. Bibliography of the Manuscript
  22. 2007 Status of Decentralized Renewables and Micropower
  23. 2007 wordt crowdsourcen en peer-to-peer
  24. 20 Theses against Green Capitalism
  25. 21st Century Big Data Socialism
  26. 21st Century Culture of Manufacturing in Australia
  27. 21st Century Governance as a Complex Adaptive System
  28. 21st Century Re­Alignments in Art and Politics
  29. 21st Century Socialism
  30. 21st Century Socialism - Venezuela
  31. 22nd Chaos Communication Congress 2005
  32. 24 Hours on Craigslist
  33. 26 Propositions on Networking, Labour and Solidarity
  34. 2BeLinked
  35. 2D Plotter Cutters
  36. 2nd Global Coworking Survey
  37. 2nd International Conference on Complementary Currency Systems
  38. 3-D Printing Solar Photovoltaic Racking in Developing World
  39. 3.3.B. The Evolution of Collective Intelligence
  40. 3.3.C. Beyond Formalization, Institutionalization, Commodification
  41. 3.3.D. The Evolution of Temporality: towards an Integral Time
  42. 3.4.B. P2P and the Market
  43. 3.4.C. P2P and the Commons
  44. 3000 Acres - Map
  45. 33Flatbush
  46. 360 Degree Geotagged Photos
  47. 3D Bioprinting
  48. 3D Hubs
  49. 3D Mud House Printing
  50. 3D Printer Crowdsourcing for COVID-19
  51. 3D Printer OS
  52. 3D Printer and Talent Crowdsourcing for COVID-19
  53. 3D Printers, the Third Industrial Revolution, and the Demise of Capitalism
  54. 3D Printers for Peace
  55. 3D Printing, Intellectual Property, and the Fight Over the Next Great Disruptive Technology
  56. 3D Printing Community and Emerging Practices of Peer Production
  57. 3D Printing Files Marketplaces
  58. 3D Printing Revolution Film
  59. 3D Printing as an Agent of Socio-Political Change
  60. 3D Robotics
  61. 3D Scanning
  62. 3Ducation Project
  63. 4.1.B. The ‘Coordination’ format
  64. 4.1.C. Peer Governance as a third mode of governance
  65. 4.1.D. Peer governance in peer production?
  66. 4.1.E. New conceptions of social and political struggle
  67. 4.1.F. New lines of contention: Information Commons vs. New Enclosures
  68. 4.2.A. De-Monopolization of Power
  69. 4.2.B. Equality, Hierarchy, Freedom
  70. 4.3. Evolutionary Conceptions of Power and Hierarchy
  71. 4Cs Social Media Framework
  72. 4L and 4C Participation Models in Virtual Communities
  73. 4P Model of Ownership and Governance
  74. 4chan
  75. 4i Commons Management Framework
  76. 4th Inclusiva - Kirsty Bolye and Catarina Mota - openMaterials
  77. 4th Inclusiva - Kirsty Boyle
  78. 4th Inclusiva - Michel Bauwens - Peer Production
  79. 5.1.B. Equipotentiality vs. the Power Law
  80. 50 Proposals for Reform and Reclamation
  81. 57 Democratic Innovations from Around the World
  82. 596 Acres
  83. 6.1.B. Towards ‘contributory’ dialogues of civilizations and religions
  84. 6.1.C. Participative Spirituality and the Critique of Spiritual Authoritarianism
  85. 6.1.D. Partnering with nature and the cosmos
  86. 6.1.E. The Emergence of Peer Circles
  87. 60 Minutes on Google
  88. 7.1.B. P2P, Postmodernity, Cognitive Capitalism: within and beyond
  89. 7.1.C. Three scenarios of co-existence
  90. 7.1.D. Possible political strategies
  91. 7.1.E. Towards a civil society-based ‘Common-ism’?
  92. 7D-Value
  93. 8chan
  94. 97 Percent Owned
  95. 99 Designs
  96. 99 Percent
  97. 99 Theses on the Revaluation of Value
  98. ABIS Protocol
  99. ACChain
  100. ACTA
  101. ADABio Autoconstruction
  102. ADB Open Data Platform
  103. ADDress - Japan
  104. AI Index
  105. AI Sharecroppers
  106. ALL Power Labs
  107. ALabs
  108. ANBI
  109. ANOSI Volos Volunteers
  110. API
  111. ARC2020 Roadmap for Commons-Oriented European Agricultural Policy
  112. ASAP Island
  113. AST Group
  114. AVR Butterfly Logger
  115. AVR Butterfly MP3
  116. AX84 Firefly
  117. A Manifesto on WIPO and the Future of Intellectual Property
  118. A for Anything
  119. A l'école du partage
  120. A quoi sert le travail
  121. A survey of peer-to-peer content distribution technologies
  122. Aaron Bastani on the Utopian Horizons of Fully Automated Luxury Communism
  123. Aaron Makaruk, Yoonseo Kang et al. on the Open Tech Forever Project
  124. Aaron Perzanowski and Jason Schultz on the End of Ownership in the Internet of Things Era
  125. Aaron Shaw on Commons-Based Industry in the Neoliberal Knowledge Economy
  126. Aaron Swartz
  127. Aaron Swartz on the Parpolity System
  128. Aaron Swartz on the Shift from Centralized Systems to Networks
  129. Aaron Swartz on the Transformations in Media and Society Due to Networks
  130. Abbondanza di cibo contro abbondanza di ricette
  131. Abigail Hunt and Peter Nolan on What the Gig Economy Means for Workers Rights
  132. Abigail de Kosnik
  133. Ability Mate
  134. Abolishing Education and Liberating Creation
  135. Abraham Maslow's Eupsychian Society, Education, and Management
  136. Abs-Tract Organization
  137. Absolute Decoupling
  138. Abstract vs. Concrete Labour
  139. Abundance - The Future Is Better Than You Think
  140. Abundance Archetypes
  141. Abundance Generation
  142. Abundance Protocol as a Prosocial Coordination Protocol for the Planet
  143. Abundance Within Planetary Boundaries
  144. Abundant Community
  145. Abundant Energy Revolution
  146. Academany
  147. Academia’s Culture of Fear
  148. Academic Freedom Alliance
  149. Academic Open-Access Repositories
  150. Academic Proletariat
  151. Academic Punishment, Political Discrimination, and Self-Censorship
  152. Academic Social Networking
  153. Academic Torrents
  154. Acampadasol
  155. Accelerando
  156. Accelerate
  157. Accelerating Transformations to Sustainable Food Systems
  158. Access
  159. Access Commons
  160. Access Denied
  161. Access Foundation
  162. Access P2P
  163. Access Platforms
  164. Access To Knowledge
  165. Access To Land for Community-Connected Farming
  166. Access to Full Chapter, with endnotes
  167. Access to Knowledge in a Network Society
  168. Access to Land
  169. Access to Tools
  170. Accorderie
  171. Accountability 21
  172. Accountability Communities
  173. Accounting Blockchain Coalition
  174. Accounting Principles for a Participatory Economy
  175. Accounting and Control of the Labour Process
  176. Accounting for Common Wealth
  177. Accumulation by Contamination
  178. Accumulation by Dispossession
  179. Acephalous Organisation
  180. Acequias
  181. Achieving Wellbeing Without Growth
  182. Acorn Community
  183. Acorn Community Farm
  184. Acoustic Energy WiFi Radio
  185. Acqua Beni Comuni Napoli
  186. Acquisitive Society
  187. ActLab TV
  188. Action Foresight Global Swarm
  189. Action Leadership as a Participatory Paradigm
  190. Action Plan for Copyright Reform and Culture in the XXIst Century
  191. Actions Options Tool
  192. Actipedia
  193. ActivMob Health Platform
  194. Activation Network Organizational Frame
  195. ActiveCollab
  196. Active Blogosphere
  197. Active Distribution Networks
  198. Active Hope
  199. Active Public Space
  200. Activism-Hacking-Artivism Camping - Italy
  201. Activism Without Leadership
  202. Activists and Authorities in the 21th Century
  203. Activitism
  204. Actor System Model of Computation
  205. Acts of Sharing
  206. Acumen Fund’s Pulse
  207. Ad-Hoc Teams
  208. Ad-free Live Video Broadcasting
  209. Ad Blocking
  210. Ad Hoc Company Superstructures
  211. Ad Hoc Mobile Networks
  212. Ad Hoc Routing Protocols
  213. Ad Hoc Temporary Social Networks
  214. Ada Colau, Barcelona's New Mayor, on Spain's Political Revolution
  215. Adad
  216. Adam B. Coleman on the Dangers of the Victimhood Narrative
  217. Adam Black on Providing Internet Bandwidth Through Collaborative Consumption
  218. Adam Fisk
  219. Adam Frey on Wikispaces
  220. Adam Greenfield Against the Smart City
  221. Adam Greenfield on Everyware
  222. Adam Greenfield on Networked Urbanism
  223. Adam Greenfield on Public Objects, Connected Things and Civic Responsibilities in the Networked City
  224. Adam Greenfield on Smart Cities
  225. Adam Greenfield on the Emotional Aspects of Living in the Networked City
  226. Adam Hyde on FLOSS Manuals
  227. Adam Ierymenko on the ZeroTier One Project
  228. Adam Marblestone on the BioBright Collaboration Project in Biomedical Science
  229. Adam Penenberg on Is Google Evil
  230. Adam Webb on Deep Cosmopolitanism
  231. Adama Dembélé
  232. Adapting Commons Regimes for Biological Information
  233. Adaptive Architecture, Collaborative Design, and the Evolution of Community
  234. Adaptive Co-Management
  235. Adaptive Cycle
  236. Additer
  237. Additive Manufacturing as Global Remanufacturing of Politics
  238. Addressing Sustainability in Research on Distributed Production
  239. Adhocism
  240. Adhocracy
  241. Adjacent Possible
  242. Adobe stapt in p2p-distributie
  243. Adolph Reed on Identity Politics and Inequality
  244. Adoption-Led Market
  245. Adrian Bowyer on 3D Printers
  246. Adrian Bowyer on Rapid Prototyping
  247. Adrian Bowyer on the RepRap
  248. Adrian Costain on How To Find Democratic Money and Capital for SME's
  249. Adrian Wrigley on Land-Based Money
  250. Adriana Cronin-Lukas on How Blogging is Affecting Corporations

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