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  1. a book based on the central idea of conceiving squatting as an alternative to capitalism.
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  2. In the essays collected here, over two dozen writers offer historical analysis of the factors that gave birth to December and the potentialities it has opened up in face of the capitalist crisis. Yet the book also highlights the dilemmas the antagonist mo
  3. So far, this new mode of production—peer production—has been limited to certain niches of production, such as information goods. This book discusses whether this limitation is necessary or whether the potential of peer production extends farther. In other words: Is a society possible in which peer production is the primary mode of production? If so, how could such a society be organized
  4. Ballard has said elsewhere that whereas the 20th century was mediated through the car, the 21st century will be mediated through the home, and as far as Super-Cannes goes home means work. "The dream of a leisure society was the great 20th century delusion," says Wilder Penrose. "Work is the new leisure. Talented and ambitious people work harder than they have ever done, and for longer hours. They find their only fulfilment through work. The last thing they want is recreation." There are references to the flats and houses of Eden-Olympia as service stations "where people sleep and ablute". The real home is now the office.
  5. These outdated methods of resistance must be refined, and new methods of disruption invented that attack power (non)centers on the electronic level.
  6. The mass of men serve the State thus, not as men mainly, but as machines, with their bodies. They are the standing army, and the militia, jailers, constables, posse comitatus [7], etc. In most cases there is no free exercise whatever of the judgement or of the moral sense; but they put themselves on a level with wood and earth and stones; and wooden men can perhaps be manufactured that will serve the purpose as well.
  7. THERE is one fact which, whether for good or ill, is of utmost importance in the public life of Europe at the present moment. This fact is the accession of the masses to complete social power. As the masses, by definition, neither should nor can direct their own personal existence, and still less rule society in general, this fact means that actually Europe is suffering from the greatest crisis that can afflict peoples, nations, and civilisation. Such a crisis has occurred more than once in history. Its characteristics and its consequences are well known. So also is its name. It is called the rebellion of the masses.
  8. The thesis of the book is that it’s not intellectual property alone that is responsible for encouraging innovation or creativity or even for serving the interest of creators, but the mix between, and the balance between intellectual property and the public domain.
  9. Evelio Rosero (*1958, Bogotá) zeigt in seinem Roman Zwischen den Fronten (Premio Tusquets 2006) die in den Medien zu wenig präsente Seite der Misere, die Seite der leidtragenden Bevölkerung.
  10. über guerillia gärten, critical mass und freie software

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