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Alan Jacobs asked in one of his recent newsletters ….

I love the idea of a library of things or Thingery — where you can borrow rather than buy or rent — but here’s a thought experiment for you: What sorts of things should every such library hold?”

My answer … anything and everything.

Bear with me, too long for here and not fully baked - BUT is part of a chapter in the upcoming book People First … it emerges from a concept brought up in The People Centered Economy’, a book by David Nordfors and Vint Cerf. They write about it in theoretical terms.

I am writing about how it could be … will be(?) implemented.

What Else? Back Read this if you’ve got ‘nothing to hide’ What an excellent 4 paragraphs, extracted form a larger - but not that long - article on Read Write Web. ”Saying you don’t care about privacy Next I started to write a response to this in the comments - but I obviously want on too long, and got cut off … so I am making a post, and will make it as long as I want! I started to write a response to this in the comments - but I obviously want on too long, and got cut off … so I am making a post, and will make it
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