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  1. With Airbnb having raised $120 million so far, and Wimdu $90 million, there certainly seems to be money to be made. Still, the home-tel business has scaled more slowly than deals. Both Airbnb and Groupon started in 2008, but the latter saw its industry ramp up much more quickly. Part of that is simply the newness of the Airbnb concept.

  2. Definition AJ Fisher: "A future state whereby we have data available to us, in real time, from a multitude of sensors that are relatively similar in design and method ...

  3. 1 Description 1.1 Part 1 1.2 Part 2 2 Excerpts 2.1 From the Conclusions of Part 1 2.1.1 Part One: Urban Commons Projects in the Global South 2.1.1.1 Conclusion 1: The Problematic Role of the State and Local Administrations 2.1.1.2 Conclusion 2: The projects are ‘integrative’ in their approach ...

  4. Description. "Zot! is a communications protocol for social communications on the web. The protocol consists of two basic functions: send-message and remote-access. These functions are built on top of other web standards, such as webfinger/lrdd and atom/activitystreams. Communications are encrypted and both sides of the communication verified ...

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    Sean McDonald: "Civic Trusts are that model (to 'define, protect, and evolve our basic rights in digital spaces'). They create a trustee organization that owns the underlying code and data generated by a technology and licenses it to a for-profit company that commercializes it. What makes Civic Trusts different from normal trusts is that both Civic...

    Sean McDonald: There are three core ways Civic Trusts are unique: (1) their missions are to define and support the implementation of systems of public participation in decisions about user and contributor rights; (2) the trustee organization itself must develop public participation models for its core governance decisions; and (3) civic trusts can ...

    "A trust has five elements — a grantor, a beneficiary, a trustee, an asset, and a purpose. On the simplest level, a grantor gives an asset to a trustee in order to ensure that it fulfills a purpose that is valuable to the beneficiary. People can use trusts as a way to make sure that the resources they’ve built continue to fulfill their original int...

  5. Discussion Peter Barnes: "How might a common wealth dividend system work at the national level? The easy part is distributing the dividends. As in Alaska, enrollment could be done online and payments could wired electronically at a cost of pennies per

  6. Provisional draft of structure conceived by Wolfgang Hoeschele for the compilation of a research wiki.Available via whoe[email protected] Discussion "A resources is used in accordance with freedom and equity if all those who need to use the resource share in the ...

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