How To Solve The Net Neutrality Problem

By SamuelRose, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

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Robert X. Cringely has new posting wherin he discusses his concept of each of us owning our last mile, and cooperatively creating our own "pipes".

Human powered search - a cooperative effort?

By Andrea Saveri, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

Chacha.com is "a new search engine model that employs thousands of paid "guides," who will provide live one-on-one help to users who need extra assistance tracking down online information."

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

By Howard Rheingold, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

Ideagoras -- cooperation markets for innovation in business

By Howard Rheingold, 12 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:

Infected and Loving it

By Jay Greathouse, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

Inviting the collective intelligence to form

By Kevin Jones, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

We've been working on the database, the tagging system, etc. getting ready to open our doors an open source community to enable the essential stage of discovery in the capital market for good as it emerges. Here is my blog entry about it.

IP Phone Network for Cardiff, Wales by 2010

By mikelove, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

Jaime Cloud on educating about the commons

By Jordan Kraemer, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

Jaime Cloud, of the Cloud Institute, contributed as guest blogger to On the Commons this month, writing on how to educate about the commons. She introduces a common pool resources game, called the Fish Game, to help young people think about organizing shared resources:

Jamie Boyle on the cognitive bias against open systems

By Howard Rheingold, 12 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

Jay Rosen:The People Formerly Known As "The Audience"

By SamuelRose, 12 years 23 weeks ago.

I 've got a new post up at P2P Foundation blog that covers quite a few Smartmobby subjects. Namely, the idea that control of media content is shifting:

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