Tag: peer to peer
Recensione di: A DisCO Manifesto
Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato il 30 ottobre 2019 con il titolo Review: A DisCO Manifesto. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Stacco Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel. If I Only Had a Heart: A DisCO Manifesto. Value Sovereignty, Care Work, Commons and Distributed Cooperative Organizations (Guerrilla Media Collective: Forthcoming, 2019) Come dice Ruth Catlow nell’introduzione, i…
Review: A DisCO Manifesto
As stated by Ruth Catlow in the Foreword, DisCOs are an alternative to blockchain-based Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO):  Open Distributed Cooperatives. They’re funded by member investments rather than third party capital, and organized around an infrastructure of “interoperable, open-source legal contracts, with a near zero-cost of organisation creation.” DisCOs differ from the predominant model of…
Ridesharing Paritario, non Parassitismo Aziendale!
Di Logan Marie Glitterbomb. Originale pubblicato il 5 giugno 2019 con il titolo Peer-to-Peer Ridesharing, Not Corporate Profiteering! Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Capita che degli anarco-capitalisti distratti portino Uber e Lyft ad esempio di impresa agorista. Saranno anche leggermente più agoristi del tradizionale servizio di piazza, ma sono tutt’altro che ideali. Più che di agorismo,…
Peer-to-Peer Ridesharing, Not Corporate Profiteering!
Uber and Lyft sometimes get cited as agorist ventures by misguided anarcho-capitalists. While it could be claimed that these models are slightly more agorist in nature than the traditional taxi industry, it is far from the model we should be striving for. Instead of being an agorist model for transportation services, it is merely traditional…
Review: Walkaway
Cory Doctorow (2017). Walkaway. New York: Tor I. The story opens at a communist party in an unspecified post-industrial town in Ontario sometime in the late middle of this century, from the first-person perspective of Hubert, Etc. A communist party, you should understand, is not an institution but a social event: something like a rave at…
Austin involuntariamente promove serviços open source
Em um referendo do mês passado, a cidade de Austin, no estado americano do Texas, rejeitou uma medida para reverter as regulações municipais dos serviços de “ride-sharing”. Embora os principais apoiadores das regulamentações tenham sido os monopólios de taxistas (que se ressentiam de ter que competir com outros monopólios proprietários como o Uber e o…
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