Monday, 15.11.2010


Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic

“What do Wikipedia, car-pooling, couch surfing, and social book marking have in common?” a presentation by Elizeu Santos-Neto

Only Pool

Commons-based peer production systems, or social production systems, are a result of the decentralized collaboration of individuals, who produce non-proprietary goods. This Theory Tuesdays session will focus on examples of commons-based peer production, their common characteristics, and how (and why it is important) to assess the value of individual contributions.

Section I and II from "Commons-based Peer Production and Virtue" by Y. Benkler & H. Nissenbaum

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