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posted by Tom Matrullo at Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Given infinite supply, there is no economic leverageAs we all move into the future together, your title is an important point (or principle) about economics as we have known it.Increasingly, money is wrung out of bottlenecks of all sorts (patents, lawsuits, camouflaged use of capacity or capabilities that could or should be free) created and / or imposed by corporations small or large with the help of lawyers, lobbyists and politicians.One nice (and perhaps useful) aspect to the increasing presence and impact of the Web on and in our lives, is that the points you (and Chris Anderson and Haque and Doc and McCracken and others) have been making are becoming increasingly clear.The question that will remain after the effects become abundantly clear is that which Joe Bageant explored recently .. do we all just lie back and think of England, and if not, what are we to do other than retreat from the (or more accurately, that) world thatthe corporations create and control ?
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