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Access Commons

Created by Richard Adler, Paul B. Hartzog, and Samuel Rose -- The Forward Foundation -- ( Creative Commons BY SA Forward Foundation - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ )

Forward Foundation

on 16 October 2015

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Transcript of Access Commons

Access Commons
Whether you are providing access to roads, health-care, or the Internet, getting "what, when, and how" requires the work of many. But "more is different." New, decentralized infrastructures allow us to access more and different kinds of hands.

Organic systems evolve, and, therefore, need nurture and support. More people means more lines of support, and greater diversity means access to more solutions.

From government to governance.

Now we WELCOME one another into greater levels of participation in community governance. Communities are free to emerge, act, and dissolve. When they have open access, and we listen, we enact the true definition of democracy.

Created by Richard Adler, Paul B. Hartzog, and Samuel Rose
The Forward Foundation ( http://www.forwardfound.org )
Image credits located beneath each image.
"Politics is who gets what, when, and how."
Harold Lasswell
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