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Ask Michel Bauwens Anything Part 2

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2nd November 2012


This is the second part of the video answering your questions to the P2P Foundation Reddit page: redd.it/11d4m7 based on the Synthetic overview of the collaborative economy report by the P2P Foundation and Orange Labs. James Burke gathered together the questions and recorded a conversation with Michel Bauwens to provide more valuable insight into the themes covered in the report. Join in the lively discussion over on facebook about the report and other stuff too! And remember you can download the full report here. Previous posts indluding the serialisation of the report are here.

See part 1 of the video here

Disclaimer: Yes, we realize this is not the highest quality audio recording. This is an experiment.

Credits: video : James Burke
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