Peer economy

Free Book - "Peer economy"

by: Christian Siefkes

A new mode of production has emerged in the areas of
software and content production during the last decades.
This mode, which is based on sharing and cooperation, has
spawned whole mature operating systems such as GNU/Linux
and various BSD systems as well as innumerable other free
software applications, some of which form the backbones of
the Internet or the core of various enterprises; giant knowledge
bases such as the Wikipedia; a large free culture movement
often based on Creative Commons licenses; and a new, wholly
decentralized medium for spreading, analyzing and discussing
news and knowledge, the so-called blogosphere; among others.

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