This week Discordia welcomes Special Guest Host Natalie Bookchin!
Natalie Bookchin (http://action-tank.org) is an artist who is currently working with Jackie Stevens(http://jacquelinestevens.org) on a project called agoraXchange (http://agoraXchange.net), that will launch on January 14. AgoraXchange is an online project where anyone can participate in any capacity in collaborating on the game design for an online multiplayer game that enacts a radical political alternative to our present world order. She will be discussing using metaphors of open source and structures of peer to peer networking to try to organize creative and political projects, and lots of things in between.
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