Beyond the money paradigm
Technicals of living without money
Music + Video-
Wifi + Electricity = mind output formula.
Wifi up to 40M with: http://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-to-Build-WIFI-24GHz-Yagi-Antenna/ of course, Mesh
Laundry via OpAlternative: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/opalternative/11129099034/
Graywater via Oberlin: http://www.oberlin.edu/newserv/stories/living_machine_release.html
Transportation: Bike, or, always a thing.
Cell Phone: Free from a payment plan: https://www.safelinkwireless.com/Enrollment/Safelink/en/Public/NewHome.html Free from government surveillance: Metro PCS. You don't even have to, give them a name....
Rent/Land, best* answer: "Where there is no greed, there is no struggle for ownership. Also, when everything is free, no-one needs to covet your property when they can just as easily get their own. In a free world, people will also respect each other's entitlement to safe dwelling, privacy and security, because that's how they will be taught from the earliest age - about communities, nature and how we're all connected and mutually dependent." http://www.freeworldcharter.org/en/faqs
Food: An important one, many hacks. See designs, uploaded on a food page here. In the meantime, makes sens to have folks eat @ community meals which are cooked every day, already well funded + staffed voluntarily or: second-harvested, eg we would be at a farm. but: you don't want food production to be centralized good food designs can be found on http://github.com/EM-Che/Appropriate-building-technology.
On a societal level: We can do away with the notion of haves and have-nots. We could unleash our full technological potential: "allow us to tap into alternative energy technologies, just imagine food produced to the highest standards with plentiful supply. Bigger and better hospitals and schools, with no budget problems. Meaningful knowledge and prosperity to all over the world. Clean energy and communications available to everyone. Space exploration. Underwater cities, who knows? Take away costs, and the only limits are our imagination, and the raw materials to make whatever we want." The Free World Charter.
Real: dog food (free in Berkeley), coffee (could use a, lobby somewhere LOL), cheat. Peanut butter, tobacco, and coffee pretty high up there (FOR ME, EC.)
Tools are set up. Repurposed a family garage. #sawzall #soil http://twitpic.com/dp4o46 This can be made and not sold, and replicated so long as it's not sold and carries the same license :) at http://creativecommons.org/
Free art: http://commons.wikimedia.org/ Free knowledge: Taking wikis and hackerspace pages, own them. Free food: food pantries, a start.
Freedom, to do what you want.
Human rights best link: http://www.hrweb.org/legal/cpr.html Is the United States ready for Universal Human Rights? Designed at: http://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/is-the-u.s.-ready-for-human-rights/the-universal-declaration-of-human-rights The Constitution: Bill of Rights text. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Bill_of_Rights
One thing occupy really touched on is freedom of common areas, spaces. Local, state, city, and national land can be freed at all levels to really provide for the public good and learn new ways to co-exist with our environment rather than slashing it down for mono-cultured crops. One really positive public example is in the city of Seattle, where they allocated area for a food forest, which anyone can freely go and plant, tend, harvest, learn, walk through, etc.
Another thing is that this generation is going to be upset about all the debt we are saddled with. Especially when, the Wall Street and Fed Reserve bankers have been printing money and inflating the bubble despite massive civil unrest for now more than two years. How is the future going to contend with all that the country is fucking up now? Justice, to me means we are ready for a crash as things are called out....
NDAA: NDAA illegal, violates 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th andts-our basic civil liberties- ICCPR, Geneva Convention. via https://twitter.com/EddieMill/status/379421963279552512
Surveillance: "The guardian article:" http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jul/31/nsa-top-secret-program-online-data