P2P Foundation podcasts and webcasts

By Howard Rheingold, published at 10 May 2007 - 8:12pm, last updated 10 years 40 weeks ago.

P2P Foundation has published a podcast of a conversation with Mark Pesce on the theme of open access, and have compiled selections of podcasts and webcasts related to peer-to-peer and cooperation theory. The full podcast and webcast directories are available, as well.

  • Anne Margulies on Open Courseware
  • Bill Ives on Blogs as Tools for Personal Knowledge Management
  • Clare Graves on his Levels of Existence psychology
  • Cory Doctorow on DRM and Broadcast Flag
  • Craig Michaels of Akimbo on Television and the Internet
  • Dan Gillmor on Grassroots Journalism
  • David Swedlow on Beyond Folksonomies
  • David Wiley on the Open Education Movement
  • Doc Searls on Self-Forming Markets
  • Doc Searls on the Intention Economy
  • Douglas Rushkoff on the New Digital Rennaissance
  • Geoffrey Moore on Open Source and Capitalism
  • Hazel Henderson on the coming age of worldwide cooperation
  • Howard Rheingold on Cooperation Theory
  • James Surowieki on the pitfalls of the Wisdom of Crowds
  • Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia
  • Jonathan Schwartz on the Age of Participation
  • Joy Ito on the future of blogging
  • Ken Wilber on Elitism Excellence and Inequality in Development
  • Lawrence Lessig on Open Source
  • Lawrence Lessig on free code and free culture
  • MacKenzie Wark on the Hacker Manifesto and Class
  • Mark Cooper on Public Airwaves as a Common Asset
  • Phil Leigh - Inside Digital Media
  • Pierre Ducasse on Economic Democracy
  • Rene Girard on Mimetic Desire
  • Richard Moore on Escaping the Matrix
  • Steve Carson on MIT OpenCourseware
  • Tim Hindle on the new corporate organization
  • Tiziana Terranova on Self-Organization and Knowledge
  • Tom Munnecke on Uplift Communities
  • Umair Haque on Media 2.0
  • Vaibhav Domkundwar on Smart Product Review Aggregators
  • Yochai Benkler on the Wealth of Networks