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Can A Literacy of Cooperation Inform Carbon Trading Schemes?

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Can Collective Action Stop Spam From Ruining The Internet?

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

CitizenEngagedGovernment

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Collactive: Online Political Swarming

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

Earlier in 2006, Aran Reshef and Amir Hirsh folded their unique anti-spam service, Blue Frog, due to a massive cyber-attack that was following them across the Internet.

CommunityWikiBank Experiment

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

[Bliki | What is a Bliki?]

CommunityWiki.org defines itself this way:

Consumer Emissions Trading Online

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

[via Smartmobs.com]

Emissions Trading first surfaced in the 1970's in the US, and more recently1990 Acid Rain Program of the Clean Air Act.

The idea was to create a system that issued credits to polluting businesses for any pollution reducing improvements they introduced to their processes. From Wikipedia:

Audience 2.0 Launch!

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

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Be sure to spread the word about the launch of Audience 2.0 magazine!

The magazine is published by participatory media innovator by Micheal Pick.

Crowdsourcing

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

[bliki | What is a bliki?]

Back in January of this year I blogged on smartmobs.com about an interesting blog posting from Jeff Jarvis.

Did Cooperation Give Early Humans A Competitive Edge?

By SamuelRose, 9 years 11 weeks ago.

[via New Scientist]

Augustin Fuentes at the University of Notre Dame hypothesizes that Paranthropus went extinct because early Homo(human ancestor) species were more adept at cooperating: