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On Public Intellectuals: From the Talmud to Judith Butler — Crooked Timber
"When we talk about public intellectuals, not only are we talking about the audience as a recipient or reader of the text, but we are also, necessarily, talking about the audience as an independent, autonomous, and equally original and creative, co-creator of the text."
public  intellectual  public-intellectual  audience  critical-theory  philosophy  reading  co-creation 
july 2016 by tsuomela
Hackerspaces - HackerspaceWiki
Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects.

This website is for everyone who started or wants to start their own hackerspace.
hackerspaces  coworking  collaboration  work  space  community  co-creation 
december 2008 by tsuomela
OnTheCommons.org » Online Collaboration Goes Legit
Besides dictating organizational forms, current law privileges the interests of investors and boards of directors, and has no recognition for co-creators who wish to collaborate to create shared value in virtual spaces, and who wish to make decisions as a group.

So imagine if a group of self-organized individuals could come together on the Internet to create valuable products and services – and to establish their own “operating agreement” among themselves, according to their specific goals — and yet still receive the benefits of “legal personhood” that corporations enjoy.
co-creation  peer-production  law  organizations  forms  novelty 
december 2008 by tsuomela
Do Tank and the Democracy Design Workshop
The goal of the Virtual Company Project is to build online tools to help groups create and implement governance rules necessary for successful collaboration.
online  organizations  forms  business  law  resources  democracy  governance  peer-production  co-creation  co-science 
december 2008 by tsuomela
Agalmics: The Marginalization of Scarcity
agalmics (uh-GAL-miks), n. [Gr. "agalma", "a pleasing gift"] The study and practice of the production and allocation of non-scarce goods.
economics  scarcity  gifts  creativity  online  culture  post-scarcity  internet  peer-production  co-creation 
december 2008 by tsuomela
Citizendium Blog » Is ProCon.org neutral?
I’m writing about ProCon because I think it is fascinating in several ways. In one way, it represents a wholesale rejection of the idea of community editing, which in this day and age is fascinating. I am impressed by what happened when somebody decided simply to pay a dozen researchers to create free, reliable (apparently), open (in the sense of “full disclosure”), and neutral content. Could Wikipedia have assembled this website? I
co-creation  peer-production  editorial  information  evaluation  information-cascade 
december 2008 by tsuomela

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