What does "decentralization" look like? Using the work of @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org created a visual glossary for the many possible forms of decentralized networks.
What does it look like to work closely with indigenous cultures of the Earth to develop communication and information technologies that work for them?
Luandro of Digital Democracy on what it means to build collective, autonomous networks for local empowerment https://two.compost.digital/uncivilizing-digital-territories
Last week our beloved Silvia López spoke with Francesca Pick from https://www.greaterthan.works/ in the Thriving Networks course, sharing what #commons, #openvalue, #carework & #p2p governance mean to @guerrillamediacollective as a DisCO (Distributed Cooperative Organization).
Powerful call for an abolitionist position on surveillance from my co-op @mayfirst: anti-surveillance from an abolitionist perspective https://outreach.mayfirst.org/civicrm/mailing/view?reset=1&id=960&cid=4757
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My first encounter with @mattcropp at Lab B's hackerspace. I was there with a group of Japanese students on a field study of solidarity economy. We met great folks: Diggers' Mirth, Champlain Housing Trust, Onion River Co-op, etc. (TBH the students' primary interest was the side trip to NYC.)
Long review, want to read it later: https://www.currentaffairs.org/2021/01/the-ministry-for-the-future-or-do-authors-dream-of-electric-jeeps
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We made it! Immers Space is a real cooperative. With guidance from @camille and Sarah Kaplan, we've got a great model for shared power between workers-owners, users, and creators in the metaverse, and we even got to organize under Illinois's new Worker Coop law. We can now, as @ntnsndr likes to say, "show us your bylaws" https://web.immers.space/about-us/
As part of its ongoing Global Action effort, the OECD hosted a virtual conference this past week on
The Social and #SolidarityEconomy:
From the Margins to the Mainstream
Recordings of the sessions are available here:
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