[kwlug-disc] Fwd: [KwartzLab] Fwd: Open Source Ecology: Towards the Open Source Economy with Marcin Jakubowski - May 15th at 6pm

Andrew Sullivan Cant acant at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Tue May 13 01:07:14 EDT 2014


This was posted in the Kwartzlab list, and since I have not see in pass 
through the kwlug list I should I would forward just in case anyone has 
missed this.

Andrew


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Subject: 	[KwartzLab] Fwd: Open Source Ecology: Towards the Open Source
Economy with Marcin Jakubowski - May 15th at 6pm
Date: 	Thu, 17 Apr 2014 14:11:33 -0400
From: 	Agnes Niewiadomski <agnes.niewiadomski at gmail.com>
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Hey All,

Really great opportunity to see a FREE talk from Marcin Jakubowski over
at UW. Unfortunately I will be in California during this time. I hope
some of you can make it out! Reserve your seat on the Eventbrite...lots
of info in the links below.


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Open Source Ecology: Towards the Open Source Economy

WICI is excited to announce that Marcin Jakubowski, founder of Open
Source Ecology <http://opensourceecology.org/>, will be visiting the
University of Waterloo to give a lecture this coming May 2014! Full
details are below and on our website
<http://wici.ca/new/2014/03/opensourceecology/>.

We hope that you'll join us for this event and stay connected via
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Title: Open Source Ecology: Towards the Open Source Economy
Date: Thursday, May 15th at 6pm
Location: EV3 – 1408

To register for the event, please visit the event page here
<http://wici.ca/new/2014/03/opensourceecology/>.

Speaker Biography <http://opensourceecology.org/marcin-jakubowski/>:

Marcin Jakubowski is the founder of Open Source Ecology
<http://opensourceecology.org>, an open collaborative of engineers,
producers, and builders developing the Global Village Construction Set
(GVCS). The GVCS is a set of 50 most important machines that it takes
for modern life to exist – everything from a tractor, to an oven, to a
circuit maker. Marcin is producing open source blueprints – so that
anyone can build and maintain machines at a fraction of what it costs
today. His goal is to create a life size LEGO set of powerful,
self-replicating production tools – that can decentralizew
production – to build modern prosperity in local economies. He
imagines the raw power this gives to people – to tap autonomy,
mastery, and purpose – towards rebuilding their communities and
solving wicked problems. Marcin believes that true freedom – the most
essential type of freedom – starts with peoples’ individual ability
to use natural resources to free themselves from material
constraints – to unleash human potential.

To view some of Marcin Jakubowski's past work, please follow the links
below.

*Key Presentations *

*TED 2011* – Open-sourced Blueprints for Civilization
<http://opensourceecology.org/video/open-sourced-blueprints-for-civilization-ted-2011/>

*Bioneers East 2012* – The Open Source Economy
<http://opensourceecology.org/video/the-open-source-economy/>

*Seoul Digital Forum 2013* – Open Source and Beyond: Towards an
Economy of ‘Meaning’
<http://opensourceecology.org/video/open-source-and-beyond/>

*Key Publications*

*MIT Innovations Journal* -Toward an Open Source Civilization
<http://opensourceecology.org/w/images/3/3a/Jakubowski-thomson.pdf>
with Cameron Colby Thompson

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