Another good source of Webcasts

By Marc Dangeard, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Browsing through the Webcasts page of the P2P foundation, I ran into a very good source of interesting webcast presentations from the Oxford Internet Institute.
This is definitely worth monitoring...

Did Cooperation Give Early Humans A Competitive Edge?

By SamuelRose, 12 years 10 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:

Cooperation Through Mastication

By JimBenson, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Diane Levin posts about the use of food to aid in mediation:

Coopératique

By paulbhartzog, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

I ran across this interesting site about cooperative techonologies. It's great to see international interest.

French original:
coopératique: démarches and technologies coopérative

English version:
Cooperatics: best practices and technologies

Cooperative corporations thrive

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Creation Nets: Getting the most out of open innovation

By JimBenson, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

John Hagel and John Seely Brown published an article in The McKinsey Quarterly (free registration required) discussing the power of various flavors of collaboration play in fostering innovation in an organization.

Hagel also discusses this in a blog post here.

Hagel says:

Can Collective Action Stop Spam From Ruining The Internet?

By SamuelRose, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Crowdsourcing

By SamuelRose, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Crushing the Web 2.0 Myths

By Gerrit Visser, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Here is an interesting interview by Vito Lops with Geert Lovink, the founder and director of the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. The interview was published in Sole 24 Ore” the main economic newspaper in Italy. It starts with the question "Can we say that we finished the transition from the New Economy to Web 2.0?". Lovink also gives his thoughts about the question "Will there be a Web 3.0?"

Culture Jams, Culture Preserves

By paulbhartzog, 12 years 10 weeks ago.

Culture Jams, Culture Preserves a post on crowdsourcing, fan-created Star Trek videos, and culture jamming, on Paul B. Hartzog's blog.

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