Posts Tagged: dmytri kleiner
JessyCom (working title) The JessyCom project will continue the Miscommunication Technologies series of works, following Miss Information, deadSwap, YOU NEVER LISTEN TO ME!?, and Thimbl. Miscommunication Technologies is an ongoing project by Dmytri Kleiner in collaboration with the Telekommunisten Network. Dmytri also wrote the book Telekommunist Manifesto in collaboration with INC. Miscommunication Technologies employ satire [...]
A contribution to a critique of free culture: From Anti-Copyright to the Creative Anti-Commons
Dymitri Kleiner is a software developer working on projects that investigate the political economy of the internet, and the ideal of workers’ self-organization of production as a form of class struggle. Born in the USSR, Dmytri grew up in Toronto and now lives in Berlin. He is a founder of the Telekommunisten Collective, which provides [...]
The Telekommunist Manifesto from Dmytri Kleiner Out Now!
Download the pdf here. The print edition will hopefully be financed soon. About the publication: In the age of international telecommunications, global migration and the emergence of the information economy, how can class conflict and property be understood? Drawing from political economy and concepts related to intellectual property, The Telekommunist Manifesto is a key contribution [...]