Monday, giugno 18th, 2012
“Who's Afraid of the network?“ through collaboration with Simplicissimus Book Farm.
The work of editing we have taken so long Stress does not cost us a few valuable contributors to our, but our work has been largely offset.
The network is scary, more than what you think and most of what you can see; fear of the network is widespread and has many faces and many are the areas where winds.
At the same time, especially in this period, afraid of the earthquake: the strength of the earthquake is disruptive, and unleashes a series of cascading effects.
We thus decided to donate the net proceeds from the sale of our ebook earthquake victims.
Thus it seems to contribute to exorcise the fear of the network, means by which they are composed of the largest network of solidarity around the victims of the earthquake, both in the case of L'Aquila earthquake in the case of Emilia Romagna.
Inside “Who's Afraid of the network?” you will find the documents presented and discussed during the Barcamp also contained new works from our speakers and interviews conteneti interesting reflections on.
Contributors to this job:
- Leda Guidi,
- Mara Cinquepalmi
- Elisa Mazzini and Julia Madau
- Giusy Aloe
- Antonella Beccaria
- Giulia Simi
- Alessandra Farabegoli
- Laura Intrans
The network is the best known and exploited, so that it can become a valuable instrument of democracy and solidarity, and a very big opportunity.
You can download the ebook at:
Special thanks to Julia aka Lippolis SimplyGiulia who has personally supervised the editing process.
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