Skyscraper construction crews must work into the earth before the building can rise above it. That’s because a skyscraper needs a strong foundation to kiss the sky.
All this talk in my recent posts about getting money may turn off some people. Honestly though, the actual results we're producing here at Copiosis are costing money. If we're going to scale Copiosis to a global phenomena, someone's gotta think about how we're going to afford to do that. And that's where I come in. No one has greater responsibility to bring in money to Copiosis than its founder.
A main premise for building Copiosis: Eliminate money as a constraining resource, and humanity will make things happen more rapidly, more innovatively. Those things humanity makes will benefit far more people than goods money pays for today, thereby making humanity far more prosperous than it is today. For those who think this is idiocy, I offer two potent examples: … Continue reading What’s possible when money is not involved
I just finished doling out advice. Not something I like to do all the time, but when I do it's fun, as most things I do are these days. A great thing about the one percent joining those working for a better world, a world without money, with fully-distributed decision making and with all necessities … Continue reading The Pitfalls of Conformity