Posts Tagged: Technology

On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

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On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

Welcome to the Hyper Natural World – A talk with Massimo Scognamiglio, artist and visionary

In the Hyper natural world people develop new relationship with the objects and the objects themselves change and evolve, enabling people to communicate, live and exist with/from/to objects: in that sense objects need men and men need objects in a circular relationship between technical evolution and generation of new use cases.

Welcome to the Hyper Natural World – A talk with Massimo Scognamiglio, artist and visionary

In the Hyper natural world people develop new relationship with the objects and the objects themselves change and evolve, enabling people to communicate, live and exist with/from/to objects: in that sense objects need men and men need objects in a circular relationship between technical evolution and generation of new use cases.

What makes me a Cyborg – An interview with Amber Case, Cyborg Anthropologist.

What makes us cyborgs? How should we manage our “second self”? How do we change our society in terms of regulations, legal, politic or social implications? These and other fascinations, in this wonderful interview that Amber Case, Cyborg Anthropologist, founder and TED speaker released to Meedabyte’s Blog.

What makes me a Cyborg – An interview with Amber Case, Cyborg Anthropologist.

What makes us cyborgs? How should we manage our “second self”? How do we change our society in terms of regulations, legal, politic or social implications? These and other fascinations, in this wonderful interview that Amber Case, Cyborg Anthropologist, founder and TED speaker released to Meedabyte’s Blog.

When We Are – How the Digital Market changes as Society does

(Italian translation of the post follows here – La traduzione in italiano è disponibile qui) In the last few days I have held a couple of short talk+workshops, which I titled “When we are“. The aim was trying to take a picture of the most

When We Are – How the Digital Market changes as Society does

(Italian translation of the post follows here – La traduzione in italiano è disponibile qui) In the last few days I have held a couple of short talk+workshops, which I titled “When we are“. The aim was trying to take a picture of the most

Paraimpu: a social tool for the Web of Things

What is the “web of things”? What’s the future of human interaction with objects, web-enabled artifacts, sites, networks?
By mean of Paraimpu project, folks at CRS4 are trying to imagine it and make it real!

Meedabyte hosts today Antonio Pintus, CRS4 senior researcher and team leader, to explain the Paraimpu backing concepts and encourage you to giva a try to the alpha version!

Paraimpu: a social tool for the Web of Things

What is the “web of things”? What’s the future of human interaction with objects, web-enabled artifacts, sites, networks?
By mean of Paraimpu project, folks at CRS4 are trying to imagine it and make it real!

Meedabyte hosts today Antonio Pintus, CRS4 senior researcher and team leader, to explain the Paraimpu backing concepts and encourage you to giva a try to the alpha version!

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

How the long tail is reshaping the smartphone business

Since few months, the established concept of the Long Tail is finding the first evidence of its applicability even in the mobile market. In particular, as was expected, it works when modeling the availability and sales of applications distributed via

How the long tail is reshaping the smartphone business

Since few months, the established concept of the Long Tail is finding the first evidence of its applicability even in the mobile market. In particular, as was expected, it works when modeling the availability and sales of applications distributed via