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  1. Oct 2016
    1. The resource-based economy goes like this: In the future robots will do all the jobs (including creating new robots and fixing broken one). Now, imagine the world is like a public library, where you can borrow any book you want but never own it. Fresco wants all enterprise like this, whether it’s groceries, new tech, gasoline, or alcohol. He wants everything free and eventually provided to us by robots, software, and automation.

      I think this is achievable, if we emphasize specialized libraries and cooperative models around resources (i.e. tool/tech libraries, food banks/co-ops)

  2. Mar 2016
    1. should be pretty high, because we’re talking about a workplace

      Also about shared legal ownership. In the early stages probably more of a concern as members would have higher levels influence and company culture and processes aren't set. At scale though barriers to entry could be quite low, consider a Cooperative like REI has a very low barrier ($29 and signing a form.)