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nettime's_adding_machine on Sun, 31 Jan 2010 17:12:26 +0100 (CET)


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Re: <nettime> philanthropic monopolies [x2: hardie, garrett]


Re: <nettime> philanthropic monopolies
     martin hardie <martin.hardie {AT} gmail.com>
     marc garrett <marc.garrett {AT} furtherfield.org>

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Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 14:00:03 +1100
Subject: Re: <nettime> philanthropic monopolies
From: martin hardie <martin.hardie {AT} gmail.com>

http://blogs.crikey.com.au/northern/2010/01/25/santos-and-mike-rann-redefin=
ing-philanthropic-giving-in-australia/
Santos and Mike Rann: redefining =93philanthropic giving=94 in
Australia?<http://blogs.crikey.com.au/northern/2010/01/25/santos-and-mike-r=
ann-redefining-philanthropic-giving-in-australia/>
On 31 January 2010 01:49, jaromil <jaromil {AT} dyne.org> wrote:

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> re all,
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> some time  ago, 2 years almost,  we've had a IoT  presentation in Waag
> and in  my presentation i  mentioned "philanthropic bubbles"  among the
> bad practices,  which spawned questions and criticism  in the audience
> (at least from the reactions i've directly collected).
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Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 11:48:11 +0000
From: marc garrett <marc.garrett {AT} furtherfield.org>
Subject: Re: <nettime> philanthropic monopolies

Hi jaromil,

Thanks for this excellent post.

What you have mentioned, I was discussing yesterday with another Linux 
user. Also, we have been running workshops with homeless in London on 
Linux/Ubuntu, & this poses questions to ourselves in respect of how we 
move on in the future...

marc

http://www.furtherfield.org

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> re all,
>
> some time  ago, 2 years almost,  we've had a IoT  presentation in Waag
> and in  my presentation i  mentioned "philanthropic bubbles"  among the
> bad practices,  which spawned questions and criticism  in the audience
> (at least from the reactions i've directly collected).
> http://mastersofmedia.hum.uva.nl/2008/10/28/internet-of-things-book-presentation-at-the-waag/
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