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Actors and collectives related with Platoniq's philosophy and practice who collaborated or are still collaborating with us. Thanks to Contributors, Youcoop's ecosystem is sustainable and its field of action is always full of new ideas.
Michael Linton

Open Money

Published on 01/21/2009 - Contributors

Co-LearningP2P economy

Participate in: LETSystems and Open Money

Open Money is a project in progress, a continuation of LETSystems after 20 years of its developing, consisting of two projects of community systems in Canada and the Open Money project in Japan. We find an educational initiative focused on understanding the theory of Open Money: LETSplay, a game that helps you to understand everything you need to know about money. A collaborative... Read more
Juan Freire

Juan Freire

Published on 01/13/2009 - Contributors

P2P economyCommunities / Networks

Participate in: Construyendo un ecosistema de colaboración abierta.

Scientist, entrepreneur, university professor, blogger and explorer of the interaction between the urban world, social networks and digital spaces. Doctor of Biology and Professor of the University of A Coruña. He coordinates the research group on Marine Resources and Fisheries, which has an intense activity in Research and Development. He collaborates... Read more
Enric Senabre
Massimo Menichinelli

Massimo Menichinelli

Published on 12/21/2008 - Contributors

P2P economyTecnology reappropiation

Participate in: Open communities business models. Chapter 1: Open Hardware

Massimo Menichinelli is a designer working and researching on open collaborative projects and the systems that design them since 2005. He's interested in: Co-Design Methodologies, Tools and Processes; Open, Collaborative and User-driven Innovation;  Open and Distributed Organizations and Business Models;  Fabbing technologies and Open Manufacturing... Read more
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