I’ve been receiving updates from a group called the p2p Foundation for the last few months.  It’s an interesting group that is interested in the ways that peer-to-peer technology (technology that encourages the sharing of information and software among personal computers) can strengthen democratic participation.  There’s a ton of information being passed around on their many sites, so check out the wiki, the blog, and the newsletter if you’re interested. 
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