Kevin Kelly praises it:
Rather than viewing technological socialism as one side of a zero-sum trade-off between free-market individualism and centralized authority, it can be seen as a cultural OS that elevates both the individual and the group at once. The largely unarticulated but intuitively understood goal of communitarian technology is this: to maximize both individual autonomy and the power of people working together. Thus, digital socialism can be viewed as a third way that renders irrelevant the old debates.
It has long occurred to me that the web is indeed a Marxist paradise. Pity we are not really full human beings with bodies when we are on it. But you sure can't make much money, can you?