Author Archives: garyalex

Planetmakers Platform

For much of the past year I’ve been working on a major new project, which has gone through various incarnations and working titles. It started with my presentation to Open:2018, where I was proposing that we build the Open Coop’s … Continue reading

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Theresa May’s con trick and a real solution

Here’s what I think is the confidence trick in Theresa May’s current stance. The Prime Minister claims that the deal she has negotiated is the only one possible, which may be true, but only given her ‘red lines’. If they … Continue reading

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A SHARED SOCIAL VISION: my talk to Open:2018 Platform Coops conference

I gave a talk at the Open Coop event, “Open:2018 Platform Coops”on 27 July 2018 in Conway Hall, London.  The Open Coop has recently completed putting its various talks and workshops online, so I’ve linked mine below. I thought it … Continue reading

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Partnership for People and Planet

A world organised to serve the wellbeing of people and planet, not money and power! The key is a new ‘killer app’, built around reputation for serving people and planet, as the heart of a mutual suppport and trading system. … Continue reading

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A Labour manifesto for the next election!

“The ‘Wellbeing of People and Planet’ (WPP) is the right driving force for a society that actually works, and is sustainable and robust enough to survive the coming social and environmental crises. Growth in WPP needs to replace economic growth … Continue reading

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My ‘Radical Technology’ talks are now online

I’ve been recently told that the very interesting Radical Technology Revisited conference held in London last September has now put all the talks online. I gave two talks, and so I’m very happy to give the links. My first talk … Continue reading

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Don’t ditch Corbyn

Corbyn did well in the referendum. Trying to sack him is just opportunism by the New Labour/Blairite faction, and is suicidal for the Labour Party. Rather, the Labour Party should be jumping at the opportunity to sweep up the Leave … Continue reading

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