For a long time, Michel Bauwens has been saying interesting things about peer-to-peer thinking, working and networking. The practice is becoming increasingly established and the theory seems increasingly incontrovertible.
From a triarchy perspective, his piece on peak hierarchy makes very good reading and is a great springboard for exploring the P2P site:
"In the beginning was the Horizontal, and it was everywhere, but it was local. Then came the Vertical, and it was stronger, and became global, eventually tempered by the Diagonal. But one day, the Horizontal learned to interconnect, and it too became global, outshining the Vertical. As it became the strongest, it became tempered by the Diagonal, and learned to master the Vertical."
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