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All of these things were mechanisms that created an artificial blockage

We need material dignity-- low pass filter

when you have these little levees set up you start being able to accumulate a little wealth so you don't have to earn money every day. 

the only real, ultimate immunity is middle class clout. That's the only way to balance power. 

Ted Nelson-- came up with first concept of hypermedia, of widely connected computers-- he called it Hypertext. 

Had idea of sending universal micro payments to all the people that value came from. 

If you can create a kind of monetization that's really fluid, egalitarian, open--- 

how can we institute universal micro payments

A world where our data is broken apart between open data and vaults. 

Jaron Lanier afternoon conversation

There are a lot of moving parts in thinking about the future of economics and democracy. 

If we had made a more Nelsonian design we would not have the middle class in such trouble. 

the original idea of networking,from 1960s through the seventies, there wouldn't be copies, no copy function. 

Think of any network design where there's actually money involved. You're not making a copy. It's a mirror, like an app in apple story. 

If you don't have copies then your an have backward links and micro-payments. 

We're making unnecessary copies. It's a carbon sin. 

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