Fred Turner on Burning Man as the Cultural Infrastructure for Commons-Based Peer Production
A Google talk:
“Fred Turner discusses his opinions on the social phenomenon of Burning Man and how he thinks the ideals of the festival apply to the marketplace that is evolving in our society, specifically in the Silicon Valley.”
This entry was posted on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 9:30 am and is filed under P2P Art and Culture, P2P Movements, Peer Production, Videos.
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