Here’s a report painting a VERY incomplete picture of “what a manufacturing skills gap of more than 2 million people will look like”.
This is “just” a short list of some digital communities and projects for sustainability and social development in Africa that I think everybody should know. I aim to follow this field much more regularly from now on.
In the last months, I have seen several experts suggest three kinds of solutions to the problems created by today’s social networks. Here I suggest, again, that those solutions are wrong, and then make a request.
Last summer, professor J. Pearce argued that “Trade wars will boost digital manufacturing - at consumers’ own homes with personal 3D printers”. I hope that that 3D printing-enhanced boost happens, but I also believe, and hope, that it will not happen where prof. Pearce says.
Combine headlines about the economy with those about climate change, and something uncomfortable emerges.
A report issued yesterday about climate change “paints a far more dire picture of its immediate consequences than previously thought”. It also contains, between the lines, some links and implications that I have not seen in mainstream media yet.
Article 11 of the recently approved EU Copyright Directive is going to be fun. Eventually.
“Then Peer Production sat down and wept, because there were not other worlds for her to conquer”
This month, I started sharing lots of OLD (5 or more years old) web pages. Yesterday, I discovered why.
is right behind, or above, urban population growth.