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Raising all the ships on the sea

Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 17 March 2009

 


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Raising all the ships on the sea
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Knowledge LetterAppears in the Gurteen Knowledge Letter issue: 105
Posted DateTuesday 17 March 2009 11:33 GMT
Posted ByDavid Gurteen

You may recall I write a regular column for InsideKnowledge Magazine published by the Ark Group.

You can see a summary of these articles on my website with links through to the actual articles on the InsideKnowledge Magazine website. Or you may prefer to view them in full color on Scibd where they are also downloadable and embeddable.
You might like to note that all these articles including a short booklet that contains many of them is available freely for re-use.
A recent article is one of my favorites Raising all the ships on the sea where I look at the concepts of the commons; the tragedy of the commons and the more recent concept of the cornucopia of the commons where use of a common resource leads to abundance rather then depletion!





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