Knowledge, unlike gold, accumulates as it is shared and hints at an economics of abundance rather than of scarcity. Can we find new ways to think about investment, wealth and intellectual property and transform our communities?
Please share your thoughts or for more background, read the editorial.
Check here for the references to literature and web links that Rosemary Cairn's has been curating: RosemaryCairnscurateddocuments.doc
And here's a copy of our Spring 2016 edition of e-O&P: Open Source Thinking - a developing praxis.
We've also included a separate pdf version of our Editorial, which should help to give you an overview o our unfolding co-inquiry. pdf copies of other individual articles will be available shortly on request.
Please get in touch if there's anything you'd like to discuss, or if there are any other resources you'd like to suggest that we add to this growing collection.
Best wishes. Alison and Bob
In the spirit of Open Source, here's a link to Robert Cserti's open source library of facilitation methods(SessionLab). Robert would welcome your feedback.