Author Archives: GNUnion

Hatırlatma: Emeğin uzaktan kooperatif öz-eğitimi, İnternetten işçi üniversitesi NLU kooperatif toplantısı 21 Mayıs, 17:00   

Originally posted on Sosyal Ağ Sendikacılığı:
Ne:  İnternet üzerinde kurulan uluslararası işçi ve emek üniversitesi NLU, kişi veya grup olarak kolektif öğrenme ve dayanışma kültürünü geliştirmeye ve yaymaya çalışan herkese açık evrensel bir platformdur. Dünyasal ağ-sendika GNUnion, emek araştırma…

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Reminder NLU coop-coordination meeting to take place on 21 May 16:00 CET

What: Networked Labour University is designed as a co-operative educational module integral to a broader network consisting of Global Networked Labour Union, Networked Labour research unit and networked labour cooperative GNLU. Tied to a greater ecology of universal, free and … Continue reading

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The Cybersyn Revolution | Jacobin

While we’re often told that the past holds lessons for how to approach the present, we rarely look to older technologies for inspiration. Rarer still is it to suggest that the historical experiences of less industrialized nations may have something … Continue reading

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Çevrimiçi ağdaşık-emek üniversitesi NLU (Networked Labour University) Bülteni No. 2 (Tr), 8-15 Mayıs 2015

Originally posted on Sosyal Ağ Sendikacılığı:
  Çevrimiçi ağdaşık-emek üniversitesi NLU (Networked Labour University) Bülteni No. 2 (Tr), 8-15 Mayıs 2015 – NLU Açılış toplantısı 7 Mayıs Perşembe günü yapıldı – E-kampüste yerinizi alın, kendi platformunuzu tasarlayın! – Kayıtları…

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Networked Labour University – Information Bulletin No. 2 [En] | 8-15 May 2015

  NLU Opening Meeting took place on Thursday 7 May 2015 At the opening meeting, it is decided to hold bi-weekly meetings to exchange updates, discuss technical and organisational issues, and coordinate overall issued related to the platform development process. The date … Continue reading

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Networked Labour University Information Bulletin No. 1 | 1-7 May 2015 [ENGLISH] | Networked Labour

1. Culture and knowledge for classless societies is networked in process!  Networked Labour University is designed as an educational module to be integrated with a broader network composed of Global Networked Labour Union, Networked Labour Research unit, and networked labour … Continue reading

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Ağdaşık Emek Üniversitesi’nden Bilgilendirme ve Çağrı: 1 Mayıs 2015 ile İlk Ders Dönemi ve Kayıtlar Başladı! | Sosyal Ağ Sendikacılığı

AEÜ / ProletKult 2.0, Bülten, 1-7 Mayıs 2015 Sınıfsız toplumun kültürü ve bilgisi Örgüleme Aşamasında! Ağdaşık Emek Üniversitesi (ProletKult 2.0) kişi veya grup olarak kolektif öğrenme ve dayanışma kültürü geliştirmeye olanak veren özgür ve açık erişime dayalı evrensel bir platformdur. Ezilen, … Continue reading

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Cybernetic Gaia: On Lovelock and Latour

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations Unit:
[The following is extracted from Niklas Schrape’s “Gaia’s Game”, found in Afterlives of Systems] There exists a curious tension between Latour’s reading of the Gaia hypothesis and Lovelock’s own wording that makes one wonder if…

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Technics in the Rear-view Mirror

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations Unit:
[Text fragment from a work in progress] It is by no accident that the theme of the “Eternal Network” emerged in the ferment of the 1960s and the dawning of the 1970s. It was…

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Open Co-operative Networked Labour Universe accept donations in #Faircoin!

After its launch yesterday, on 1 May 2015, we are happy to announce that the Networked Labour University (ProletKult 2.0) and its sister projects; co-operations research unit NetworkedLabour.net (http://www.networkedlabour.net/), Global Networked Labour Union (https://gnunion.wordpress.com/), and Social Network Unionism Project (http://www.snuproject.wordpress.com/) are … Continue reading

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Co-operations Research Unit on Networked Labour University | Networked Labour

P2P and Commons Critique of Great Transformation: From Industrial Disciplinary Global Capitalism to Trans-Human Zombie Informationalism This post is about the opening of an Co-operations Research Unit on Networked Labour University (http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle), where peers can co-operate by setting-up online regular meetings, drawing … Continue reading

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Networked Labour University, a project networed in process! | Networked Labour

Networked Labour University is a universal, free and open access platform that allows collective learning for individuals and groups. Unconditional empowerment of the disempowered, excluded, and oppressed with direct solidarity is the reason we exist for. Based on a transformatory … Continue reading

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To Save the World… Preface by Bernard Stiegler for Michel Bauwens’ new book | P2P Foundation

Michel Bauwens, peer-to-peer activist and founder of the Peer-to-Peer Foundation, has a new book out, in French, entitled Saving the World: Towards a post-capitialist society with peer-to-peer. In the book Michel, with his collaborator Jean Lievens, argues that a new distributed and … Continue reading

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Some reflections on the history-hack by Brian Holmes: New brief history of neolbieralism as modernism 2.0?

The below is a mind blowing text by Brian Holmes: Volatile Smile – Information’s Metropolis..  the text is full of history hacking of major importance… I just have tried to highlight the two the sharpest points that created a cerebral drifting in … Continue reading

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World Institute for Social Change

World Institute for Social Change (WISC) is a project for developing and sharing ideas, skills, vision, and strategy within and across progressive constituencies. WISC is a partnership project. Diverse progressive and left partner organizations plus its faculty constitute its hosts. … Continue reading

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Organising the unorganisable? Voices from the bottom up 23rd – 24th April | P2P Foundation

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Book Panel for “Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropecene” by McKenzie Wark

Originally posted on Alexander Bogdanov Library:
Historical Materialism conference in New York will have a session on McKenzie Wark’s new book – Molecular Red – and will include discussion of Bogdanov: Saturday, April 25th – Session One (10am – 12pm):…

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Cybersocialism by Paul Cockshott | Deterritorial Investigations Unit

← Technics in the Rear-view Mirror http://p2pfoundation.net/Towards_a_New_Cybernetic_Socialism via Cybersocialism by Paul Cockshott | Deterritorial Investigations Unit.

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[Re]Build: A Call for Contributors and Participants | Deterritorial Investigations Unit

Shock and austerity. Stock market instability. Stagnant wages and the decline of purchasing power. War. Climate change. Despite these multiplying crises, capitalism retains an essential tool that allows it to perpetuate itself on a global level despite its internal contradictions: … Continue reading

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All That Is Solid Melts: Comments on McKenzie Wark’s Politics for the Anthropocene (Part 1 of 2)

Originally posted on synthetic zero:
A: Proletkult Can we be infrapunks, builders of tiny bits of a structure of another life?[1] I. Living in Shadows Last month I made the trip from Louisville to Frankfort, Kentucky’s state capitol, to attend…

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