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Microeconomic Shift: Reinventing the Workplace

After the terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001 it’s curious that so many American jobs have moved overseas, while US corporations seem only interested in service jobs, like retail and data centers.  Large concentrations of people mean large targets, and larger liabilities.  Yet these represent the kinds of jobs being created today.  The off-shoring of jobs is […]

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Spreading Data to Spread Wealth

It’s worth considering an alternative approach to intellectual property, based on original principles in the constitution (as opposed to narrow commercial interest).  Starting from the assumption that work can be automatically identified in or out of context via watermarks (digital data that can be recovered even if the song is distorted or remixed), and that […]

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