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Floor v Spaendonck on Thu, 14 Dec 2006 21:55:32 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> Killer TV: Willem de Kooning Special & P2P networks


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Tonight at Killer TV  Willem De kooning Special

There’s no artschool in Holland that spends as much time and energy on new media and video as the Rotterdam based Willem de Kooning academy. Professor and journalist/director Ine Poppe hosts a presentation by students.

Killer (application is people) TV
Wednesday 13th of December 2006
time 20.00- 22.00
Location; Waag Society - Amsterdam
live stream http://connect.waag.org


Next Week Killer TV:

The emergence of a more participative society based on P2P Networks
Killer (application is people) TV
Tuesday 19th of December 2006
time 20.00 uur- 22.00
Location; Waag Society - Amsterdam
live stream http://connect.waag.org

Michel Bauwens on the emergence of a more participative society based on P2P Networks

Michel Bauwens is initiator of the Foundation for Peer-to-Peer Alternatives to support individuals, organizations and society to adapt towards a more participative society. Peer-to-peer does not just refer to the technical infrastructure that we are building, but to the social relationships that it enables, and which are poised to fundamentally change the logic of our economics and civilization.
Michel will introduce us into the topic of P2P inspired processes, the drivers of the fundamental changes in society and provide many examples of technical and organizational formats. He will also address the issues of peer production, peer governance and intellectual property. Michel will convince us that the future of P2P networks is here now. There will also be time for discussion.


Michel is a former Belgian Internet entrepreneur and eBusiness Strategic manager of the largest Telecom operator in Belgium. He was editor in chief of the digital magazine Wave, knowledge manager at British Petroleum and co-editor of 2 French books on the Anthropology of the Digital Society.

Killer TV is supported by Mondriaan Foundation, Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fonds, VSB Fonds, Surfnet

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