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My name is Chris Gondek and I am the producer and host of a podcast called "The Invisible Hand". Professor Benkler is my guest for the 4/22/06 show and we discuss the ideas in "The Wealth of Networks". If you are interested in listening to the show, here is the link: http://www.theinvisiblehandpodcast.com/The_Invisible_Hand_Episode_23.mp3
 
My name is Chris Gondek and I am the producer and host of a podcast called "The Invisible Hand". Professor Benkler is my guest for the 4/22/06 show and we discuss the ideas in "The Wealth of Networks". If you are interested in listening to the show, here is the link: http://www.theinvisiblehandpodcast.com/The_Invisible_Hand_Episode_23.mp3
  
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An interview about Yochai Benkler's new book can be found at Openbusiness.cc [[http://www.openbusiness.cc]]
 
An interview about Yochai Benkler's new book can be found at Openbusiness.cc [[http://www.openbusiness.cc]]
  
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''I'm parking this here temporarily, but maybe we should start an 'Audio' or 'Media' page?
  
 
Audio from Benkler's talk, "The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom", given at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law on 27 April 2006: http://dream.sims.berkeley.edu/~jhall/Yochai_Benkler_Boalt_27Apr2006.mp3
 
Audio from Benkler's talk, "The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom", given at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law on 27 April 2006: http://dream.sims.berkeley.edu/~jhall/Yochai_Benkler_Boalt_27Apr2006.mp3
  
I'm parking this here temporarily, but maybe we should start an 'Audio' or 'Media' page?
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[[User:Ownut]]'s beginning comments on this talk:
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Social production is sustainable, growing, efficient Mode of Production, and is _bad_ for the current model.
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Freedom, human agency and autonomy increase when owners allow workers to 'play' with otherwise proprietary resources.

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'Hi everyone: My name is Chris Gondek and I am the producer and host of a podcast called "The Invisible Hand". Professor Benkler is my guest for the 4/22/06 show and we discuss the ideas in "The Wealth of Networks". If you are interested in listening to the show, here is the link: http://www.theinvisiblehandpodcast.com/The_Invisible_Hand_Episode_23.mp3


An interview about Yochai Benkler's new book can be found at Openbusiness.cc [[1]]


I'm parking this here temporarily, but maybe we should start an 'Audio' or 'Media' page?

Audio from Benkler's talk, "The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom", given at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law on 27 April 2006: http://dream.sims.berkeley.edu/~jhall/Yochai_Benkler_Boalt_27Apr2006.mp3

User:Ownut's beginning comments on this talk:

Social production is sustainable, growing, efficient Mode of Production, and is _bad_ for the current model.

Freedom, human agency and autonomy increase when owners allow workers to 'play' with otherwise proprietary resources.