100 Women Co-Creating the P2P Society: Ana Von Teschenhausen | P2P Foundation

It’s instructive to look, too, at location. At a guess, I’d think that the farther apart and away from Libertarian geek culture (which tends to be masculinist albeit exceptions abound), the more one will encounter discursive communities more interested in the process of property as sharing than as possessing. But, as ought to be clear, this is hardly a novel observation and it was made long before this latest modern age. That is, our current modernity is unique probably only in that we generally can’t remember all those modernities that came before.

100 Women Co-Creating the P2P Society: Ana Von Teschenhausen | P2P Foundation.