Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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boundary 2 online

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bonds of solidarity, not bonds of market transactions
The labor of digital creatives and innovators, sutured as...
Digital Proudhonism dominates the imagination
The goal of this paper is not to question the creativity ...
a proper Proudhonian revolution
[...] C4SS subscribes to the techno-utopian potentials fo...
rather than insist on collective regulation of production
While the thrust of these critiques of copyright focus on...
Marx's critique of Proudhon
Since small producers own their own tools and depend larg...

Digital Proudhonism
July 31, 2018

critiquing the Doctorow/Lessig model that focuses exclusively on middlemen, for which utopia looks like a world where work is "small-scale and independent, but, bereft of corporate behemoths, more lucrative than in the past". Mueller aligns that viewpoint with Proudhon's, and criticises it using Marx's critique of Proudhon. builds on the Californian Ideology

critiques a bunch of pro-creative commons people, including: Lessig; Clay Shirky; Siva Vaidhyanathan; Paul Mason

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Digital Proudhonism

critiquing the Doctorow/Lessig model that focuses exclusively on middlemen, for which utopia looks like a world where work is "small-scale and independent, but, bereft of corporate behemoths, more lucrative than in the past". Mueller aligns that viewpoint with Proudhon's, and criticises it using Marx's critique of Proudhon. builds on the Californian Ideology

critiques a bunch of pro-creative commons people, including: Lessig; Clay Shirky; Siva Vaidhyanathan; Paul Mason

0 / 6