Felix Stalder on Sat, 18 Sep 2010 17:03:03 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> How the tea party is rewriting the rule book for political organizing

Hi Michael,

thanks for forwarding this snippet. It illustrates how important it   
is to keep in mind that 'open source' or 'the commons' are nothing    
inherently progressive, but that such networks can be run on sharing  
not love but hate, extending fear, rather than trust.                 

It reminds me of a series of very intriguing blog-posts, written few
years ago, on open source warefare, mainly referring to the iraqi



--- http://felix.openflows.com ----------------------- books out now:
*|Deep Search.The Politics of Search Beyond Google.Studienverlag 2009
*|Mediale Kunst/Media Arts Zurich.13 Positions.Scheidegger&Spiess2008
*|Manuel Castells and the Theory of the Network Society. Polity, 2006 
*|Open Cultures and the Nature of Networks. Ed. Futura/Revolver, 2005 

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