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The Role of Commons in Relational Economies


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The Role of Commons in Relational Economies

  1. The Role of commons in relational economies<br />CC Salon: Future of Money, Stockholm 5 May 2010<br />
  2. From relational to transactional economies<br />
  3. money is autonomousmanifestationof exchange relation<br />
  4. From dewarra to plåtmynt<br />Intrinsic value of money<br />
  5. Fines, weregild’s, dowries, blackmail, bribery & labour…<br />Social (ex)change<br />
  6. technology evolves<br />Copyright is technology<br />
  7. Law as fixationof social agreements<br />
  8. Modern copyright law isfixed in the1950s<br />
  9. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.<br />
  10. Digitalization – Connectivity– Devices<br />
  11. Return of relational economy<br />
  12. But geeks are different? <br />EMPIRICAL proof cash NOT A REQUIREMENT FOR CREATION…<br />
  13. PROVED STALLMAN’S IDEAS SCALED & APPLIED TO NON-SPECIALIST GROUPS<br />And still we cling to the economic & creative myth<br />
  14. Rip, mix, burn?<br />
  15. Swedish National Heritage Board<br />
  16. Two years later<br />
  17. & 34 tags<br />
  18. Supporting the relationship<br />
  19. Creative Commons as band-aid?<br />
  20. Thank you.<br />
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