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A resource shared is a resource squared

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Michel Bauwens
16th March 2011

Brilliant lecture, must see video, from the always entertaining Mark Pesce which touches on a variety of important p2p subjects:

Main theme: choose your friends carefully, as they are “epidemiological vectors”, our puppet masters. This is why a sound, open and free “social graph”, is so essential. Don’t let yourself be manipulated by a corporate-owned social graph.


2 Responses to “A resource shared is a resource squared”

  1. Marilyn Says:

    I tried to view the video but got a message that it is no longer available.

  2. Michel Bauwens Says:

    Dear Marilyn, it works on this side still, can you try once more and if it doesn’t work, I’ll put you in touch with Mark Pesce via email,


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