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Growth of collaborative networks = greatest reason for optimism

Grant Garrison

"Seeing the world through easy [left/right] oppositions blinds us to the growing prominence of a group of new organizations: fluid, collaborative networks working outside both the marketplace and the state to improve the world in inventive ways. Inspired in many cases by the decentralization of the Internet, the movement uses the peer network as its organizing principle, with no single individual or group 'in charge.'"

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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    Hell yea. This, the tech curve, and the curve of people seemingly giving a damn about what's happening makes me confident where gonna get through the challenges ahead - which is good as it seems that they are numerous at the moment.