Cooperation Commons: Interdisciplinary study of cooperation and collective action.
By Robert Link, 7 years 2 days ago.
The blog portion of the site includes recent headlines such as:
By Robert Link, 7 years 1 week ago.
Chris Lott at Ruminate, a fine distance education tech blog, posts a link to the Open Education License Draft. My title here is extracted from Lott's pithy description, and the below is excerpted from the conversation in progress in the Ruminate comments:
By Robert Link, 7 years 2 weeks ago.
I am not yet clear on posting guidelines, editorial policies, nor the full feature set available to standard users in this environment. Anyone in a similar state is invited to offer questions in the comments on this post.
By Howard Rheingold, 7 years 2 weeks ago.
This New York Times profile of Martin Nowak is not new, but it seems like a good place to start the reawakening of this blog. We've taken some time to move to a Drupal platform and are now recruiting bloggers. If you are interested in cooperation theory and want to blog, contact me via howard at rheingold dot com and I'll sign you up for our Google Group and/or grant blogging privileges here.
By Howard Rheingold, 7 years 14 weeks ago.
The history of cooperatives:
By paulbhartzog, 7 years 14 weeks ago.
Not long ago, I wrote an article on "Social Publishing" on Many-to-Many, which suggests the possibility of a system where
By SamuelRose, 7 years 14 weeks ago.
By Brian Ohanlon, 7 years 14 weeks ago.
I would love to have lived in the 19th century. At least, in my own romantic image of what the 19th century was like to live in. I imagine a vast landscape, with prairies waiting to be discovered and borders to be drawn. My own country, Ireland is a place, which in the past exported human labour on foot. Generations of people left to spend their lives building new infrastructure in expanding nations. An infrastructure made of atoms rather than of bits.
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