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  • A Donegal man has founded a 'freeconomy' movement that seeks to encourage a more sustainable lifestyle, and he's leading by example, managing to survive without any money

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • He says he is part of the freeconomy movement - a group which began in the US and aims to bring about a moneyless society.

    Boing Boing

  • I'm a member of the freeconomy and I got to say it has helped me lots over the credit crunch, used it loads, though admittedly mostly to receive help: - S Got a haircut, my bike fixed and ironically even got help getting my tax returns in (though not sure I should admit to that!).

    The Guardian World News

  • That fiasco contributed to the wide adoption of P2P and the emerging freeconomy.

    Brave New World

  • I think we're all feeling the pressure of our internet freeconomy, esp considering that the "give stuff away now and hope to monetize later" is blowing up all around us.

    TechCrunch

  • Such is the world of the freeconomy, where the future isn’t an economic leveler, but a place where a few leaders win and the broad middle loses out.

    Review: “Free: The Future of a Radical Price” by Chris Anderson » Nieman Journalism Lab

  • Malcolm Gladwell unleashed a scathing review of Free in last week’s New Yorker, scolding Anderson for adhering to the freeconomy as an “iron law” and writing, “The only iron law here is the one too obvious to write a book about, which is that the digital age has so transformed the ways in which things are made and sold that there are no iron laws.”

    Review: “Free: The Future of a Radical Price” by Chris Anderson » Nieman Journalism Lab

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  • BBC News: 'He says he is part of the freeconomy movement - a group which began in the US and aims to bring about a moneyless society.'

    February 2, 2008