Howard Rheingold's blog

Jimbo (Wikipedia) Wales calls for Wiki Politics

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

Jamie Boyle on the cognitive bias against open systems

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

(via boingboing)

Jamie Boyle, co-founder of the Center for the Study of the Public Domain, is always worth paying attention to (c.f., The Second Enclosure Movement). Now

International Cooperative Alliance: Principles for Coops

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

* Presentation on 10 years review of principles (pdf)

Statement on the Co-operative Identity

Definition
A co-operative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.

Ideagoras -- cooperation markets for innovation in business

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams have been doing significant work in applying cooperation theory to business practice. Their article "Realizing The Power Of Innovation Webs:Traditional enterprises give way to new models where innovation is collaborative, distributed, and open" introduces the notion of "Ideagoras" and other important ideas, based on their own extensive research:

IBM's Wladawsky-Berger on "Foundations of Collaborative Innovation"

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

Howard Rheingold video of talk on cooperation studies

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

(Via Networked Publics)

Annenberg Center
has released the video of the talk I gave on April 3 about the work I have been doing with Institute for the Future on Cooperation Studies:

Video from the lecture is available here

Help define "open business"

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

Great list of p2p, sharing economy, cooperation blogs

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 23 weeks ago.

Our colleague, Michel Bauwens has published a great list of blogs related to p2p, sharing economy, cooperation-related ideas. We'd love to see Michel blogging here, too.