Peer-to-peer economics is the basis by which Copiosis functions.
Early this month I spent an exciting five days in Northern California. It was one of the most thrilling weeks so far at the helm of this massive adventure. So many positive things happened and I want to share them all with you to give you a sense of the positive outcomes we’re producing, outcomes … Continue reading Northern California sees the vision
New York Times Op-Ed columnist David Brooks waxed poetically about a movement diminishing the role of government and introducing yet another phenomena that inches towards Copiosis: The peer-to-peer economy. Using examples Uber and AirBnB, Brooks acknowledges how people have lost trust in big institutions and what they offer. Instead, they're increasingly relying on each other for commerce, … Continue reading More evidence that a better world is coming
FOX new reality series this fall called Utopia. A large group of people from all walks of life spend a year on a greenfield to see how they build their own community by their own rules. Clever that producers picked up on popular sentiment: more and more people wonder if new kind of society not plagued by capitalism and government and … Continue reading FOX’s “Utopia”: It’s entertainment, not experiment