This article describes ideas on how capitalism has run its course, and that we are now entering a postcapitalist economy.
New forms of ownership, new forms of lending, new legal contracts: a whole business subculture has emerged over the past 10 years, which the media has dubbed the “sharing economy”. Buzzwords such as the “commons” and “peer-production” are thrown around, but few have bothered to ask what this development means for capitalism itself.
It mentions the fundamental shift in the way that the economies could be going and in order to embrace that shift we’d do well setting aside old ways. We can only say that that past has led us to the now which we can experience and the future that is being built.
Safe Network reminds me of a private digital world. So this is the digital realm where we are free to exist digitally. Because others can not infringe on others; therefore, basic rights can be established and practiced for the first time in a digital world.
It isn’t even possible to have privacy on a game like Second Life because we’d submit our life data to its makers. The digital era would afford more efficiency, and direct interaction with computer intelligence would elevate creativity.