FWD: Episode 92: Niels ten Oever on Human Rights, Open Source, and Digital Infrastructure
Sustain

“But, as open source developers know, the most central part in this are actually people.”

Global Cultural Economy

The interrelationship between culture and economy across the world. C. De Beukelaer and K. M. Spence,  (Routledge, 2018) New Books in World Affairs https://open.spotify.com/episode/4vtBA8LFt6OKWeq8OuQYLC?si=xZuoC7rSQzCFisCnlR8JRA&dl_branch=1

FWD: 130 – How to Price Your Work — with Tom Hirst The Futur with Chris Do

When it comes to talking about money, a lot of creative folk tend to get uncomfortable. Many of us believe that the work should speak for itself. And that the cost of something correlates with how long it takes to produce. But that’s not always true. There are plenty of ways to bill for your… Continue reading FWD: 130 – How to Price Your Work — with Tom Hirst The Futur with Chris Do

024: Managing Knowledge & Data for Continuous Improvement

FWD: Dylan Field – The Growing Importance of Design – [Founder’s Field Guide, EP.14] Invest Like the Best

Political Economy research notes (draft)

Less is More: How Degrowth will Save the World by Jason Hickel

(William Heinemann Publishing, 2020)

“Growth is the centrepiece of capitalism. Without growth, capitalism cannot exist. It has historically relied on “fixes” such as enclosures, colonization, the destruction of nature, neoliberalism and the exploitation of the global South. Developed Northern economies have a historical debt to Southern ones.

Degrowth will not make our living standards worse. Actually, it will make them better. By forcing us to refocus from growth to distribution, we will realize that it has not been growth that has given us higher living standards. In fact it has been capitalism that has created artificial shortages, to force us to partake.”

SPI 385: The Next BIG Thing for Marketers Is . . . Email? – Smart Passive Income

https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/podcasts/the-next-big-thing-for-marketers-is-email/

Sustain Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software

Nadia Eghbal, author of the seminal work Roads and Bridges, came on to talk to us about her new book, Working in Public. Source: Sustain Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software  

Quadratic Crowdfunding

Here’s a show for you… Episode 50: Gitcoin, Quadratic Funding, and how Crypto can sustain Open Source Sustain https://open.spotify.com/episode/2EZHPiK3qPJEw9y7WaPFYQ?si=AwXeURLWTOyYySEFSgkY9Q 20:00 – Quadratic Funding Optimal way of democratically funding public goods Matching Sponsor funding pools for campaigns based on X Matching funds based on number of contributors not amount of contributions Downtownstimulus.com

Don Goodman-Wilson “Open Source is Broken”

https://don.goodman-wilson.com/posts/open-source-is-broken/ “What does a people-centric collaborative software development model look like? I’d like to explore some basic properties that such a model ought to have, as a starting place for building new institutions to support productive, non-exploitative software development.”

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