The Internet platforms that currently mediate our daily communications become more and more efficient in managing large amounts of information, making their users more and more addicted and dependent on them. However, there are more biological and organic alternatives, such as community networks, which can allow citizens to build their own grassroots local and federated networks instead of using globalized solutions, reducing technical alienation. We explore these possibilities as opportunities for a more appropriate media diet, in the broader context of appropriate technologies in a limited energy world.
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- Journal article: http://mondodigitale.aicanet.net/2021-1/Articoli/03_MD90_Reti_bio-organiche.pdf (URL)