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By mdangeard, 5 years 17 weeks ago.
I discussed in a previous post presenting Xavier Comtesse work on the matter how New Territories are emerging as a result of the disconnection between the business layer and geographical limits as defined by nations or other governmental entities.
Related to this trend, it is interesting to see now more and more projects around the concept of virtual currencies.
By mdangeard, 5 years 37 weeks ago.
After his essay on Direct Economy, Xavier Comtesse (www.thinkstudio.com) is coming out with a new essay (in French for now) on Direct Territories. Here is a short summary of the essay:
Territories as defined by government have become disconnected from the ecosystems in which people and business live and work. New ways of communicating have created an additional layer on top of these territories and ecosystems, ultimately defining new territories in which we have to coexist.
By mdangeard, 6 years 1 week ago.
From what I see, there are 2 ways to look at Twitter:
Now who would want to use this? Are you an exhibitionist? some people are... Or are you so bored, stuck and so lazy to work on it that randomness seems to be a nice way out?
By mdangeard, 6 years 2 weeks ago.
Ever wondered what you could do to change the world?
By Robert Link, 6 years 9 weeks ago.
It is such a big world, I should perhaps not feel bad for not having found this resource sooner, but I am kicking myself for only getting there today. The Foundation for P2P Alternative is a tremendous resource for general information about Peer-to-peer ideology as well as specific p2p resources. The project is spearheaded by Michel Bauwens.
From the presentation P2P In a Nutshell:
By samrose, 6 years 45 weeks ago.
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