Today I found videos of the presentations from 'Sowing the Seeds', the 2018 conference in . Here's the playlist for day 1:
invidio.us/playlist?list=PLLwj

Day 1 of Sowing the Seeds started off with a big picture overview by Michel Bauwens of the , and sociologist scholar and labour activist Professor Pun Ngai from the University of Hong Kong. She set out to place the movement in the context of the Chinese socialist revolution, and I'm looking forward to rewatch this video and try to understand more deeply what she was arguing:
invidio.us/watch?v=gFTfdfg000Q

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@strypey Good to have this thank u. D'you have a link for Michel's recorded talk? I'm having trouble navigating the site - hadn't previously found Pun Ngai's talk.

On a different plane, there are echoes of her theme in this audioslide presentation I did with a Chinese scholar (in a quite different field) earlier this year, trying to figure 'the 3rd radical science movement' - in China? And connect with P2P-commons.
hooktube.com/9yD1sCz3aDU
Some context is sketched here
foprop.org/blog-1/p2pcommons-t

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@mike_hales invidious.us is just an alternative way of viewing YT videos without using their non-free JavaScript, like used to be, before gOgle threatened to sue them and they caved. You can replace invidious.us with hooktube.com or youtube.com in the URL if it makes it easier for you to use, or you can just search for the talk titles in the invidio.us search bar.

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