LibTech NYC: Robert David Steele – The Open Source Everything Manifesto

In a nutshell, Robert David Steele’s solution is to have all 7 billion of us with 24/7 access to all information in all languages via the Internet.

Robert David Steele – The Open Source Everything Manifesto – at LibTech NYC on May 21 2014.

Libtech NYC 2014 — a half-day conference to “envision, learn, share and build robust, decentralized networks through participatory systems”, presented by the Internet Society’s New York Chapter (ISOC-NY) and RECLAIM.CC, as part of Internet Week NY.

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9 thoughts on “LibTech NYC: Robert David Steele – The Open Source Everything Manifesto

  1. Novak says:

    Like Karl Marx, Seele seems to have overlooked the fact that this would require humans to be honest and cooperative. Good luck with that.

  2. summitflyer says:

    Interesting that this should come up,I just ordered his book a few days ago.

  3. Jeremy Johnson says:

    Reblogged this on Jeremy D. Johnson and commented:
    In addition to Robert David Steele being a really cool guy, I’d like to add as a matter of pride that The Open Source Everything Manifesto was published via Evolver Editions and North Atlantic Press, an imprint of the company I work for: Evolver.

    Steele’s book is in the Manifesto series. There are some other juicy titles in there, too, like The Media Ecosystem by Antonio Lopez. Check it out.

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