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Following @emi "s example, here is my Prezi from yesterday's discussion of Platform Cooperativism in Japan.

A little hard to follow without the text, which I plan to write up. Turns out there was a lot of interest in Platform Capitalism. Thanks to Nick Srnicek for his book on the subject. (It makes me want to read Kim Moody's On New Terrain and Anwar Shaikh's Capitalism, competition, conflict, crises.)

Commoning Our Democracy with Michel Bauwens - - Imagine Festival, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, NI. 14/03/18’

‘John Restakis - Author of 'Humanizing the Economy' - Recorded NUIG, Galway, Ireland. 15/03/18’

“Humanising the Economy – Political Economy for People & Planet ‘” with John Restakis, Thu Mar 15th 4pm Seminar Room 113, Department of Geography, NUI Galway

YouTube is rubbish. It's a torrent of shite recommendations "'Fiction is outperforming reality': how YouTube's algorithm distorts truth"

#PlatformCoops + #Ireland Show more

Center for a Stateless Society » Libertarian Municipalism: Networked Cities as Resilient Platforms for Post-Capitalist Transition @mooncake

Spotlight on Airbnb #12 by

♻ @3albers: "#Barcelona is the first council to join the Public Money, #PublicCode campaign initiated by the Free Software Foundation Europe." … @fsfe @ZDNet #fsfe #FreeSoftware

The common good is shaped by the struggle for its definition. It is not a question of what 'the common good' is or of what serves 'the common good' in material terms but rather 'how' the common good is determined.

Schemes to 'incentive' people to 'do the right thing' are a cynical form of manipulation. If you can not trust in people's capacity to engage in dialogue to decide and choose 'to do the right thing' then why should anyone trust that your thing is 'the right thing' at all. reading group Show more

So I can see some gnusocial accounts when I search quitter but it seems limited. So how does this work or not?

@seahorse I'm working with a group and we are looking at which has 75,000 members

"Against the backdrop of a deepening housing crisis, new grassroots organizations are emerging to challenge landlords and governments and to organize tenants."