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UBERIZED (2015) – THE LOCAL SERVICES MARKET – REPORT

“To “Uberize”, remove the middleman, theme of the times” – @nntaleb

A book by Eric Hobsbawm, The age of revolution: 1780-1848, has stated in its Chapter 11: “( 2.119 more words

Amazon

Solutions: The Peer-To-Peer Economy..(Making the old status quo, obsolete)

~~@ If you are not familiar with this concept, this will explain it in detail.

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Published on Mar 29, 2015

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Economy

Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy

Corbett Report, Mar 2015

SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=14032 If the root of our economic problem is the tendency toward centralized, globalist bureaucracies (like the EU and the WTO and the…

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Economy

The Emergence of Peerist Synergism

There are any number of areas where emergence is occurring such as in nanotechnology, micromanufacturing,  economics, politics, and thus the term emergence takes on near metaphysical force, though I do not intend something on the order of the dialectical materialism which Bertrand Russell put to rest in his essay by the same name.

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Entrepreneurs

The Future of Entrepreneurship in a P2P World

Hegemonic hierarchical institutions appear increasingly abusive in the face of falling profits and loss of control due to Internet-driven p2p commerce, communication, and production. The abusive practices include mass surveillance and censorship, cartelization or monopolization of industry, exploitative labor practices, widespread pollution of air, land, and water, and physical and psychological wars waged on not only social minorities and other oppressed groups but mainstream society as well. 883 more words

P2p

Interview with Laura Mackner

Laura, can you give us a professional snapshot of who you are?

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Patients & Families

Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing: Get Around

During my recent visit to San Francisco, a tech hotspot, I was amazed by how daily life was so dependent on various applications that added convenience to people’s lives in a million different ways; apps for having your laundry done for you, having groceries dropped off, having your dog walked for you, etc. 816 more words

Technology