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Consumo colaborativo y «sharing economy»: ¿Una versión 2.0 del dospuntocerismo o una genuina transformación en el modo de producción y distribución de riqueza?

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  1. I've recently added the Sharings plugin to the Freedombone project, such that it gets installed by default if you select the "full" of "social" variants. This plugin gives you two extra buttons - one for adding things to share and another for finding out what shared things are potentially available. You can set prices if you want to, but you can also specify objects to be freely shared without cost.
    http://computationalist.uk.to/2016/05/beyond-software-sharing
    Tags: , , por manuel (2016-05-20)
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  2. Entrevista a David de Ugarte en Cronnection.
    http://blog.cronnection.com/sharing-e...ronnectionBlog+%28Cronnection+Blog%29
    Tags: , , por manuel (2014-07-07)
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  3. Entre los visionarios presentes en París, han llegado pesos pesados del sector como Rachel Botsman (Collaborative Lab), Michael Bauwens (P2P Foundation), Bernard Stiegler (Ars Industrialis), Lisa Gansky (Meshlabs), Neal Gorenflo (Shareable), Javi Creus (Ideas for change), Tomás Díez (FabLab Barcelona), Vicente Guallart (Ayuntamiento de Barcelona) y David de Ugarte (Las Indias).
    http://www.muypymes.com/2014/05/07/economia-colaborativa
    Tags: por manuel (2014-05-07)
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  4. You might think this is no different from running a bed-and-breakfast, owning a timeshare or participating in a car pool. But technology has reduced transaction costs, making sharing assets cheaper and easier than ever—and therefore possible on a much larger scale. The big change is the availability of more data about people and things, which allows physical assets to be disaggregated and consumed as services. Before the internet, renting a surfboard, a power tool or a parking space from someone else was feasible, but was usually more trouble than it was worth. Now websites such as Airbnb, RelayRides and SnapGoods match up owners and renters; smartphones with GPS let people see where the nearest rentable car is parked; social networks provide a way to check up on people and build trust; and online payment systems handle the billing.
    http://www.economist.com/news/leaders...ire-rise-sharing-economy?fsrc=rss|lea
    Tags: , por manuel (2013-03-20)
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